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FRAGMENTA GENEALOGICA. 



FRAGMENTA 
GENEALOGICA. 



VOL. II. 



PRINTED AT THE PRIVATE PRESS OF 
FREDERICK ARTHUR CRISP. 
1894. 



CONTENTS. 



Hookes 

Hope 

Lynch 



ARMS. 



PAGE 
. 42 

• 57 

• 58 



Russell 
Pendarves 



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PAGE 
. 42 

. 66 



South, R., D.D., 1686 
Pendarves, Sir William, 1717 



AUTOGRAPHS. 

. 54 I Pendarves, Penelope, 17 17 
. 66 I 



66 



BOOK-PLATES. 

Alpe, Frederick, of Framlingham . 66 I Plymouth, the Right Hon. Countess 
Cooper, W m . . . 62 | Dowager of . -54 



DEEDS. 



Allsopp . . . .36 

Balls . . . -34 

Feltham, Middlesex . 19 

Kemball , . . • 31 



Lamotte . . . -55 

Pendarves . . . .66 

Vernon . . . -31 



ENTRIES IN BIBLES, &c. 



Addison . . . .29 

Browne . . . -49 

Cuppaidge . . . .20 

Farr . . . .33 



Gee . . . .26 

Stoddart . . . .67 

Thomson . . . -45 



GRANTS OF ARMS. 

Byron . . . . 32 I Marlowe . . . . 56 

Garthwaite . . . . 21 | Trollope . . . .48 



LETTER. 

South, Robert, D.D., 1686 . . . . . . .53 



MONUMENTAL 



INSCRIPTIONS. 





PAGE 




PAGE 


Berwick 


. 30 


Napper 


• 24 


Burgeys 


. 28 


Rowdelt 


• 19 


Burtun 


• 30 


Saunders 


. 18 


Folkard 


. 62 


Shelley 


• 19 


Gyfforde 


• 23 


Walton, Suffolk 


57-62 


Jarrold 


■ 35 


Wimborne Minster, Dorset 


37-45 



PEDIGREE. 



Rickett's Estate ......... 22 

REGISTER EXTRACTS. 

Spexhall, co. Suffolk . 52 I Swithland, co. Leicester . . 28 

Stray leaf from a Register . 63-65 | Taylor Family . . -23 

SEAL. 

South, R., D.D. . . . . . . . . .54 

WILLS. 

Abbott, John, of Canterbury, 1785 . . . . . -3° 

Eggar, John, of Crandall, Hants, 1641 . . . . . .24 

Gee, Dr., Dean of Lincoln, 1730 . . . . . . -36 

Harmwood, John, of Orpington, Kent, I James I. . . . -25 

Holies, Denzell, Lord, 1679 . . . . . . .68 

Lamotte, John Lagier, of Thorngrove, Worcester, 1812 . . . -55 

Lamotte, Mary, of Brighthelmstone, Sussex, 1825 . . . -55 

Lok, Zachary, 1603 . . . . . . . -67 

Rede Wills from Ipswich ....... 1-18 

Tenterden, Charles, Lord, 1832 . . . . . . .66 

South, Robert, D.D., 1 7 16 . . . . . . .46 



jFragmenta <£enealogtta. 

Vol. II. 



Rede Family. 
1509. 

ROBERT REDE, of Ipswich. Dated 1508. Body to be buried in 
Church yard of St. Stephyn's, Ipswich. 4o d to High Altar for 
tithes, i Combe of Wheat and ii Combe of malt to the "peyntying 
of the candilbeme there." Goods put to disposition of John Blowgitte, 
the elder, & Agnes my wife. Wife to bring up children (not named). 
Proved at Ipswich, 2 May, 1509. 



1511. 

HENRY REDE, of Dunwich. Dated 4 Janu : 15 10. To high 
Altar, 3 B 4 d . To Alyce, wife, one manfare of " Dyp see netts, 
made redy for to goo to the see," and a manfare of " Sperlyng netts " 
and iiij hadoke lynes. The resydew of goods, netts, ropys, and lynys, 
to be sold by "Attorneys," "the whiche I ordeyne Alyce my wyffe, 
Willm Rabett, & Willm Gyedeler." 2 Williams for labour, viij 8 each. 
Moveables to Alice — wife — on Condition that she give "iij 11 to a peyer 
of Chalys, & to no other thynge to the Chyrche of all seynts, at Dunw ch , 
aforeseyd." Proved at Southwould, 5 April, 15 11. 



1516. 

BATIE (sic) REDE, of Dunwich. Dated 16 June, 15 16. To high 
Altar of all saints, Dunwich, 6" : 8 d . To reparation of said Ch : 
46 s : 8 d : To Light of our Lady, 6" : 8 d . Daughters Alice, Lettise, 
Elyn, Margarett. io 8 to house & convent of Friars preachers in Dunwich. 
3 s : 4 d to Friar's Minors in sd town. House, &c, be sold by executors. 
Executors : William Rowlond & William Hawkwood. Priest to sing mass 
for year. John ffakon, of Sibbeton Abbey, to sing Trentall, x 8 . Proved 
at Blytheburgh, 22 Sept., 1516. 

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1521. 



JOHN REDE, of Ipswich. Dated 2 October, 1521. Sadler. To be 
buried in S : Mary Tower Ch : Yard. To High Altar of sd Ch : 
20 d . "Mabill" my wife executor, if she die before me, "Robert Grene 
& John Waryner." To Symond Rede, my brother, rayment. Son, Miles. 
John Hyne & Simond Rede, witnesses. Proved at Ipswich, 18 Decem- 
ber, 1521. 



I53I- 

THOMAS REDE, of Kirkley. Dated 6 Dec : 1529. To High Altar 
of Kirkley, i2 d . An honest secular priest to sing for my soul, &c, 
for the space of a quarter of a year in K: Ch : To wife "Johan," 
manfares of netts. To son Edward, residue of goods, "soo that he be 
good frynde to his mother," " & helpe to shyppe her nettys." Johan 
& Edward Exec: Witnesses: John Hykys, of Kirkley, John Grey, of 
Kirkeley, John Eleys. Proved at Lowestoft, 13 May: 153 1. 



1536. 

EDWARD REDE, of Kirkley. Dated 27 Oct: 1536. To High 
Altar of Kirkly, i2 d . To repairs of sd : Ch : 5". An honest priest 
to pray for soule 1 year. To Alice, wife, Tenement, and after her death, 
to son John & heires, paying to the "chyld, be yt man or woman, 
which the said Alyce my wyff ys wyth at the tyme of my death, v u x\" 
If John die without issue, Tenement to said child, "man or woman." To 
son John, one half of my shipp, called the Jamys of Kyrkeley, partner, 
Thomas ffouler, when 16. Till that age wife to have the interest. 
Alice, my wife, & John Hyx, my father-in- Law. Witnesses: Sir Robt 
Wilkinson, parish priest of Kirkley, Henry Sporle, John Hyx. Proved 
at Bungay, 27 Feb: 1536. 



1539- 

THOMAS REDE, of Nacton. Dated 1538. To wife Elizabeth, all 
goods & Chattels. She Ex : (No children mentioned.) Witnesses : 
Jaffery Rede, & Johan his wife. Proved at Ipswich, 20 Jan : 1539. 



1540. 

ALICE REDE, of Blyburgh. Dated 16 June, 1540. Widow of 
William Rede. Body to be buried in the Church Yard of the 
Trinity, at Blythburgh, "nye to Edward Rede, my son." To children of 
flelyx Hyll, my daughter, late the wife of John Hill, i.e.: Thomas, 
Margaret, Arnold, Raynold, & Elizabeth, eche 26". 8 d . at 21 or marriage. 
If any die, rest to share. All die, to be divided into 3 parts: 1. To 
repair of highways between Blythburgh Bridge & Bulcame street ; 2. To 

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repairs of Blythburgh ch : 3. To be paid in Alms. To Agnes Collett, 
Ring of Silver & gilt. To Agnes Bacon, Bedstead. Lynnen divided 
between Margaret & Elizabeth. To Roger Crowis wife, a hekyll, a 
Towe Combe & a passhall. To Bakon's mayde, Margarete Lownde, my 
Best Pety Cote. To poor Johan, my gyte. To Alyce Grene, my other 
Pety cote. To every Godchild, iiij d . To poor people at funerall, 40 s . 
"I will have a payer of Crosses, the makyng and payntyng thereof, vi s viij d . 
To Ex : vi 8 viij d each. Exec : Robt Lawter and Thorns Glensseford. 
Witnesses : Thorns Partrych, Thorns Smyth, John Peryn, Lawrens Drane, 
John Sudbury e. Proved at Blythburgh, 6 : Oct : 1540. 



1555- 

JOHN READE, mariner, of Kirkley. Dated 18 September, 1554. 
To Agnes, wife, Tenement in Kirkly Street during her life, after her 
death, to Edward my son. If Agnes die before Edward be 21, John 
Symson, my Executor, to look after & bring him up. If both die, 
property to be sold, and money laid out by John Symson in Charities 
for his soul, fathers soul, &c, &c. To ex : Sympson, vi u . To Agnes, my 
wife, halfe of shipp "James," wh : was left me by my father, Johne 
Rede's wyll, till Edward come of Age. Ex : to give on funerall day 2 
barrels of beare & fowre dosyn breade. Agnes to be ex : with J. Symson. 
Witnesses : John Gayton, parson of pakefeilde, Peter Daye, Thomas 
Hutton. Proved at Beccles, 27 April, 1555. 



1557- 

MARGARET READE, of Beccles, singlewoman. Dated 1 Nov : 
1557. Nuncupative will. To Johan Moore, her Aunt, all the 
gyfts, &c, given to her by the late Thomas Cornell, of Beccles. Said 
Johan, Ex : Witnesses : Raffe Newson, parson of Beccles, Nicholas 
Chaplyn, & others. Proved at Beccles, 17 Nov : 1557. 



1564. 

T OHN REDE, of Laxfilde. Dated 1562. William Cheny, and Anne, 
J his wife, shall make to George Rede, my son, a good estate in fee 
simple of Tyler house, in Laxfild. Elizabeth, wife, to bring up 
Katheryne, daughter. After wife's death, son George to pay 20 s a year 
to Katheryne, his sister, my daughter, till sum of £5 be fully paid. 
Ex : Wife, & John Cowper. Witnesses : George Cowper, Nicholas 
Butcher, Geffrey Pipe, & others. Proved at Denham, 15 May, 1564. 



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ERASMUS READE, of Burgh Castle, Labourer. Dated last day of 
Feb: 1584. To Elizabeth, wife, Tenement where I now live, 
during her naturall life, paying to Marie, my daughter, ^4, 40* when 
22, within next 2 years, 40 8 . To son Erasmus, Tenement after my wife's 
death. Erasmus to pay to Richard, my son, & Margaret, my daughter, 
£4. To Richard, 40 s at death of my wife, 40* within one year after. 
To Margaret, 40 8 within 4 years after death of my wife, 40 5 within one 
year after. Residue of Goods & Chattels to Wife, who is sole Ex : 
Witnesses: James Larwood, Robt Pettit, Robt Lark, John Blyssing, John 
Kipping, Robert Kipping. Proved at Beccles, 19 March, 1584. 



1594- 

JOHN READE, of Hasketon. Dated 23 June, 1594. To sister 
Alice Palmer, £10. To bretheren John Palmer &: Thomas Palmer, 
each £5. To Robert Bacon, my cozen, Sarvant to Mr. ffolton, ^3. 
To Elizabeth Bacon, his daughter, ^5. To John Webber, £2. Money 
to come from sale of house & lands, bequeathed to him by Walter 
Hempson, alias Clarke, of Nacton, and in tenure of Agnes Harrison, 
Widow, of St. Peters, in Ipswich, & in occupation of John Payne, of 
Nacton. Exec : Thomas Tynnard, pson of Hasketon, and Robt Bacon, 
of Playford. Witness : John Smyth, Robt Styles, John Palmer. Proved 
at Ipswich, 11 July, 1594. 



1598. 

JOHN READE, of Worlingworthe, Yeoman. Dated 8: October, 
J 1598. To Margaret Read, my mother, all goods & chattels, & 
appoint her sole Ex : Witnesses : Willm Dedingefielde, James ffuller, 
John Reade. Proved at Metfield, 4 November, 1598. 



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JOHANE READ, of Worlingworthe, widow. Dated 27 April, 1612. 
To Lawrence my son, house, if he let sister Margaret have free 
passage, &c. Raynold & John other sons. Johane & Alice other 
daughters. Raynold & John, Ex : No witnesses mentioned. Proved 
at Yoxford, 20 May, 161 2. 



1623. 

NICHOLAS READE, of Snape, husbandman. Dated 21 September, 
1623. To John Reade, son. ^10. To Henry Reade, my 
brother, Residue to {Catherine my wife. She to be Ex : To John 

Warren, 20*. To Lettie Scoote, 5". Witness: William Kinge, John 
Warren, Thomas Raffe. Proved at Wickham, 5 Feb: 1623. 

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1628. 



FRANCIS READ, of Yoxford, "Inholder." Dated 26 May, 16*7, 
To Ursula, my wife, my lands, &c, in Yoxford, for her life, and 
after her death to ffrancis Dey, my Nephew, my sisters son, provided 
he pay following sums. To his sister Elizabeth, ^20. To his sisters 
Anne, Jane, & Olive Day, £10 apeice. Executrix to pay Thomas 
Chrispe, of Dunwich, within 2 years after my death, ^10. Ursula 
sole Executrix. Witnesses : Richard Sarles, William Buckingham, Jun : 
Proved at Yoxford, 24 April, 1628. 



1628. 

REIGNOLD READ, the Elder, of Peasenhall, deceased in month 
of May, 1628. Nuncupative. To Reignold Read, his son, all 
Goods & Chattels, &c. To Anne Read, one heyfer. Witnesses : Miles 
Mayhewe, Thomas Godbold. Proved 24 July, 1628. 



1630. 

ELIAS READ, of Henley. Dated 8: June, 1629. To son Elias, 
out of Goods, ^20, when 22 years old. To my kinswoman, 
Agnes Wolfe, One Calfe. To my man, Mathewe Lord, 5*. Rest of 
Goods to wife Agnes. Wife & George Suggett, Ex : Witnesses : 
Oliver Ketteridge, Michael Wolfe, John Simpson. Proved at Ipswich, 
23 May, 1630. 



1630. 

ERASMUS READ, of Burghcastle, husbandman. Dated 26 August, 
1630. To Erasmus Read, my son, house and grounds. If he die 
without issue, to my son Anthony Read, and to him ^3 and a little 
chest at my death. To my son Edmund, £3. To my son William, ^3. 
To my son John, ^3. To my daughter Alice, trundle bed, on death of 
wife. Wife (whose name is not mentioned all through the will) 
executrix. William Newton, my brother-in-law, supervisor. Witnesses: 
Christopher Rising, William Newton, Edward Reue. Proved at Beccles, 
17 December, 1630. 



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ROBERT READE, of Brandeston, husbandman. Dated 11 August, 
1633. Nuncupative. To William Paule, of Framlingham, ^5 
when 21, by Marye, wife of Testator. All other Goods & Chattells to 
the said Mary. If W: Paule died before 21, Mary, the wife, to have 
£5. Witnesses : John Lowes, Clarke, Bridgitt ffayrweath r , Richard 
Wilson, William Wilson, James Cracknell. Proved at Wickham, 19 
Sept: 1633. 

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WILLIAM READ, of Stonham Aspall, husbandman. Dated 2 Sept: 
1638. Everything to my wife Susan, and she to be sole 
Executrix. (No children mentioned.) Witnesses : John Catchpole, 
Anthony Lister, Thomas Sallowes. Proved at Ipswich, 24 Sept : 1638. 



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ANNE REDE, of Weston, relict of Thomas Rede, Esq. Dated 14 
October, 1628. To be buried in Weston Ch : by side of my 
husband. To son Henry Rede, watch & ^5. To my son Edward, ^5. 
To my dau : Brampton, to my dau : Marsham, to my dau : Dorothie, 
each ^5. Residue of Goods to my three sons, Clippesbye, Reginalde, 
and Thomas, and my four daughters, Mary, Anne, Awdry, & Fraunces. 
To Mary Browne, my anchient servant (blank in original will.) Son 
Reginald sole executor. Witness : Thomas Bilbye, Robert More. 
Proved at Beccles, 1 April: 1641. 



1644. 

[Much torn, no administration.] 

DOROTHY REDE, of Weston, one of the daughters of Thomas 
Rede of Weston, deceased. Dated 16 May, 1641. To Henry 
Brampton, my brother Ashley Bramptons eldest son, ^50 when 21. 
To Anne Brampton, my sd Brothers daughter, ^50 when 21. Till 
they come of age their mother, "Adry" Brampton, to have interest of the 
p^ioo. To Ann Blomfield, my niece, the dau : of my brother Blomfield, 
^50, when 21, till then 8 per cent, on that amnt. To Elizab Brampton, 
my brother Ashley Bramptons daughter, ^50 when 21, till then interest 
to "Adry" B : my sister. To my brother Reginald Rede, ^10. To my 
brother Clipbesbye Rede, ^20. To Elizab, my brother Edward Redes 
dau : my god-daughter, ^100 when 21. To ffraunces Sayer, my brother 
Thomas Sayers daughter, ^20. To Nicholas Rede, my brother Thomas 
Redes son, £\o. To Anne Rede, my brother [torn] To Ma rye torn 
servant to my mother [torn]. To Anne Kelk [torn]. Executor torn 
[Rest all torn.] Proved at Beccles, 31 January, 1644. (Edward Red 
executor on the Act of proof.) 



1649. 

JOHN READE, of Worlingworth, yeoman. Dated 3T July, 1648. 
To John Reade, son of Lawrence Reade, my brother, deceased, 
^5. To my daughters, Ester and Barbara, all moveable & household 
stuff to be equally divided between them. Other goods to be sold by 
Edward Dunston, of Worlingworth, my loving friend, & the profits to go 
to Ester & Barbara till they come of age or marry. Edward Dunstone 
to be sole Ex: Witnesses: Henry Haylc, James Talbcrd. Proved at 
Berries, 6 Sept : 1649. 

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JOHN READ, of "Benecer" (Benacre.) Dated i Jan : 1652. To 
wife (name not mentioned), all worldly goods & chattels, & make 
her sole Ex: To daughter, Ann Reade, £20 when 21. To daughter, 
Mary Read, £20 when 21. Witness: Thomas Grimsbey, Robert 
Carter. Proved at Blithburgh, 11 February, 1660. 



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WILLIAM READ, of Bungay, the elder, Tanner. Dated 28 
October, 1661. To " Cislye Read, my loving wife, all moveable 
household goods. To John Read, my son, ^5. To Robert Read, my 
son, £5. To Richard Broadwaters, my son-in-law, ^5, wh : he owes 
me. All residue to "Cislye" Read, loving wife, and she to be sole Ex : 
Witnesses : William Gilbert, John Gosse, William Read. Proved at 
Beccles, 23 Jan: 1661. 



1661. 

ELIZABETH READE, of North Cove, widow. Dated 26 Novem- 
ber, 1653. To Thomas Read, my son, & to his wife, 20 s apiece 
to buy them rings. To same Thomas Read, ^20. To John Lone, gent, 
of Worlingham, 20 8 . Residue to Elizabeth Read, my daughter, 
Executrix. Witnesses : John Loue, Thomas Loue. Proved at Beccles, 
14 December, 1661. 



1662. 

THOMAS READ, of Leyston, gent. Dated 3 January, 1661. To 
Olive, my wife, houses, &c, in ffriston, & Leyston, & Saxmundham. 
Reversion of Saxmundham property to Debora, now y e wife of Robt 
Canham, of Leyston, Butcher. To Edmund Steward, my nephew, ^5. 
To Thomas Read, of Keshall, 20 8 . Residue to Olive, wife, and she 
Ex : Witnesses : Simon Crispe, Ann Thrower, Tho : Eade. Proved at 
Wickham, 15 May, 1662. 



1666. 

JOHN REDE, of Ofton, Gent. Dated 13 Feb: 1663. To be buried 
in Northcove Church, by my mother. To Thomas Rede, my 
brother, Lands, &c, in North Cove & Melford. To Ex : hereafter 
named, all Tenem* called Dowgate, in Worlingha & North Cove, to be 
sold by him after my death, & money to go to Legacies, &c. To my 
sister, Elizabeth Tilney, wife of ffrancis Tilney, £50. To same 
Elizabeth, watch, & gold ring wh : I now wear on my finger, & three 
pieces of gold. To sd ffrancis Tilney, riding Nagg, saddle, bridle. To 
Thomas Rede, my brother, my little Trunk. To Elizabeth Tilney, my 

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God-daughter, £60 when 21 or married, if she die before, money to go 
to next borne daughter of my sister, E : Tilney. To Elizabeth Rede, my 
brother Rede's eldest daughter, ^20 when 21 or married. To Anne 
Rede, my brother Rede's second daughter, £20 when 21 or married. 
To Thomas Rede, my brother Rede's son, £20 when 21. If either of 
3 die before time appointed, money to be divided among remainder. 
To Thomas Edgar, God-son, ^10. To Rebecca Loue, old servant, 
£ 1 S- £5 t0 ue ' a 'd out in Rings: — To Brother Rede & wife, 2 ; to 
Couzen Edgar & wife, 2 ; to Couzen Dixson & wife, 2 ; to Brother Tilney 
& wife, 2 ; to Edmond Clarke, 1 ; to the minister that preach at my 
burial, 1. for Dole to poor people at my burial. Brother Rede 

sole Ex. Witnesses: Dan: Tilney, Nich : ffulcher. Proved at Wickham, 
27 Oct : 1666. 



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NICHOLAS READ, of Stoak hall, next Ipswich, Esq r . Dated 16 
March, 1670. To poore of Stoak, next Ipswich, 40 8 . To poore 
of Hamlett of Ratcliffe, in Stepney parish, in Middlesex, 40 8 , to Ch : 
wardens of respective parishes. To poor of trinetie house, London, £20, 
to be paid by my son Richard Reade, 6 months after decease, into hands 
of master & wardens to be put into the "Axcidentall poores box." To 
Mr. John Hager & Mr. Edmund Sherman, 40 8 apiece. Mary Harris 
shall have that ^15 formerly lent her. To Joane Banester, wife of 
John Banester, £10. To three children of Richard Dowson, of 
Deptford, in Kent, ^3 apiece when 21. Father Rich to enter security 
of £20 to pay it. To my niece, the only daughter of my late Brother 
Nicholas, of Chestworth, and now marryed wife at Woollwech, jQ$ (no 
names). To nephew, John Read, now at New England, son of sd 
Nicholas, jQ$. To grand dau : " Elizebth " rhsher, only dau : of son-in- 
law, Robert ffisher, and my own dau : Judeth, £10 when 18 or married. 
To grandchild, John Payne, jQio, and to rest of grandchildren of sd 
son-in-law John, ^5 apiece, whether sons or daughters, when 18 or 
married. To loving friend, Walter Smyth, of London, Screuiner, 40 8 to 
buy a Ring. To Nicholas, son of John Banester, ^5. Executor to 
observe articles of Marriage settlement of William Browne with my 
daughter Sarah, his now wife, i.e., when ,£500 is fully paid to son-in-law 
Browne. Ex : & sd Browne shall invest sd sum in land as jointer for 
Sarah, and her children after her. To son Richard, houses, lanes, &c, 
it marches, called Reydon Marches, being in Orford & Sudbourn. To 
sd son, Stoak Hall, als Harrolds, next Ipswich, provided Alice my wife 
shall live there rent free as long as she thinks fitt, & have ^40 a year 
paid by Richard. To Alice, all household stuffe, goods & chattels. 
Richard, my son, Ex : If he die without heirs, &c, all shall be sold by 
daus : Elizabeth Payne, Sarah Browne, & Elizabeth itisher, my grand- 
dau : or survivor, and money divided into 3 parts: I. To Elizabeth 
Payne & her chil : 2. Sarah Browne & her chil : 3. Elizabeth Fisher. 
To 2 grandchil : John & Samuel Browne, j£$ when 18. John Payne, 
son-in-law, & William Browne, supervisors ; and for care and pains, ^5 
apiece. To master & bretherin of Trinity house, 8" apiece to buy a 
Ring. To William Etherington & John Daniell, of that house, a ring of 

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the same price. If I die at Ipswich, M r Cave Beck, of S' Margarett, to 
preach my funerall sermon, and for his paynes, Cloath for a mourning 
gound. Witnesses : Phillip Webb, Robert Jacobe, William Sudburgh 
(ser*.) Proved at Ipswich, 22 June, 1671. 



1679. 

JOHN READ, of Great Bealings, Yeoman, the Elder. Dated 16 
Nov: 1678. To John Read, my eldest son, after the decease of 
my loving wife, Mary, all messuage, &c, in Woodbridge, now in 
possession & occupation of Daniel Leycester, my Tenant. To Thomas 
Reade, my son, j£ioo, & all horses & mares, cart harness, cart & 
Tumbrills. To Dorothy Read, my daughter, ^30. To Thomas 
Cooper's wife, my dau : (name not given), £20. Mary Reade, my wife, 
sole Ex : Witnesses : Ralph Spurling, William Bird, George Jaco, John 
ffuller. Proved at Ipswich, 29 Oct: 1679. 



1679. 

SARAH READ, of Framlingham, Spinster. Dated 14 Sept : 1679. 
To William Warne, of Worlingworth, my owne sister's son, Goods, 
Chattels, Household Stuffe. To Henry Rowe, of Occolt, kinsman, one 
flock bed, & cover, & sheets. To Mary, now wife of Samuell Peirce, of 
Peasenhall, one pewter dish. To Thomas Wyth, his wife, of Framling- 
ham, best Hatt & Hatt Case, & some every day Wearing linnen. To 
William Miller's wife, & John Jewell's wife, of Occolt, 2 of my sister's, 
linnen. Witnesses : Ann Read, Rebecca Wyth, Mary Pockard. Proved 
at Framlingham, 8 Nov: 1679. 



1680. 

THOMAS READE, of Wingfield, husbandman. Dated 6 December, 
1680. To Elizabeth, my wife, all goods, &c, and she Ex : (No 
children mentioned.) Witnesses : Thomas Morphew, William Lawes, 
Thomas Chittocke. Proved at Stradbrooke, 12 Feb: 1680. 



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THOMAS REDE, of Weston, gent. Dated 1 April, 1678. To 
Thomas Rede, my son, messuages, lands, &c, in Weston, Beccles, 
Ingate, Barsham, Worlingworth, when 21. To Elizabeth & Ann, my 
daughters, ^500 apiece, to be paid by son Thomas within 2 years after 
he is 21. Thomas, sd son, for first 2 years after he attain 21, to pay sd 
E : & A : my daughters, each ^25 a year for education and maintenance. 
If he fail, E : & A : enter land, &c, till, &c. To sd E : & A : all my 

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goods & chattels when sd Thomas is it. To Martha Rede, an 

apprentice with John Parker, of Norwich, Milener, & Elizabeth his wife, 
j£io. (No relationship mentioned.) Beloved wife, Ann, to have 
occupation of all houses & messuages till Thomas is 21, & use of all 
Goods & Chattels for & towards education of my children, T : E : & A : 
Wife sole Ex : Witnesses : James Aldous, John Seman, Elizabeth 
Gunns. Proved at Weston, 24 Oct : 1681. 



1682. 

ROBERT READ, of Sotherton, yeoman. Dated 10 May, 1682. 
To Elizabeth, my loving wife, all Goods & Chattels, and she sole 
Ex : Witnesses : Margaret Pawsey, James Harvy, Edm : Bohun. 
Proved at Beccles, 8 July, 1682. 



1684. 

ELIZABETH READE, of Wingfield, widow. Dated 17 Jan : 1684. 
To Arthur Cupper, son of William Cupper, my Neighbour, Feather 
Bed & stead, bolster, &c. To Elizabeth Algar, my kinswoman, io\ 
All residue of goods, &c, to be divided between them 2 equally. 
Thomas Algar, my brother, sole Ex : Witnesses : William Clarke, 
Robert Garner, Tho : Chittocke. Proved at Ipswich, 13 Februaiy, 1684. 



1689. 

EDWARD READ, of Bramford, yeoman. Dated 28 Aug: 1689. 
To loving wife, Sarah, ^90, & Silver Tankard, & ffeather bed, & 
stead, &c. To brother, Thomas Read, ^20, if he die before me, money 
to go to his children, Thomas & Mary, equally to be divided. All the 
residue of goods, &c, to Brother John Read, & he sole Ex : Witnesses : 
Francis Dade, Jonathan Childs, Tho: Thurstan. Proved at Ipswich, 
22 Oct: 1689. 



1698. 

WILLIAM READ, of Bungay, husbandman. Dated 16 May, 
1698. To Anne, my loving wife, all lands, messuages, &c, & 
all goods & chattels, & she sole Ex. To my 4 daughters, Ann Smyth, 
Susan, Elizabeth, & Mary, i2 d . Witnesses: Joshua Nelson, Elizabeth 
Nelson, Samuel Youngs. Proved at Beccles, 28 May, 1698. 

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"DOBERT READ, of Ashbocking, yeoman. Dated 15 October, 
J-N. 1699. All Goods & Estate divided into 2 parts, one halfe to go 
to Elizabeth, my loving wife; other halfe to be divided into 15 parts, 6 
to go to Brother James, 5 to Brother Marke, & 4 to Brother Richard. 
To Elizabeth, loving wife, all goods she brought with her, & a heifer 
wh: I have at Southwold. To John, son of Thomas Braham, of 
Ashbocking, a hornbook, primmer, & bible. To Thomas, son of John 
Pharoah, of Helmingham, a bible. My loving father, Robert Read, of 
Pettaugh, & my loving brother, James Read, Ex : Witnesses : John 
Caudler, Charles Colvile, Peter Caudler. Proved at Ipswich, 28 
October, 1699. 



1700. 

GEORGE REDE, of Weston, gent. Dated 9 Jan., 1691. To niece, 
Ursula Hammond, dau : of Richard Hammond, of Bungay, gent., 
£20. To Edward Rede, son of my Nephew, Thomas Rede, of Weston, 
^"60, to be put out to best improvement thereof till E: R: is 21. 
Residue of personal Estate, &c, to Thomas Garnish, of Weston, Esq r ., 
and he sole Ex : Witnesses : Ann Leake, Sarah Garnish, Henry Mason. 
Proved at Beccles, 22 May, 1700. 



1700. 

ROBERT READ, of Ubbeston, yeoman. Dated 18 May, 1698. 
To Mary, my wife, lands, &c, in Ubbeston, during her naturall 
life, & after her death, to Nicholas Read, my son, & his heirs, lawfully 
begotten. For want of such heirs, to Mary Hurrin, wife of John Hurrin, 
of Beccles, my daughter, & to her heirs. To Mary Hurrin, my 
daughter's daughter, £10, Nicholas to pay it. To Mary, all personal 
estate. Mary, my wife, & Edmond Ludbrooke, of Ubbeston, Ex : he 
to have 20 s for pain & trouble. Witnesses : Eliz : Robinson, Ann 
Atkinson, ffra : Robinson, jun. Proved at Yoxford, 28 June, 1700. 



1701. 

ELIZABETH READ, of Sotherton, widow. Dated 8 Nov: 1697. 
All lands & tenements to be sold by my Ex : & of money from 
same: To Sarah Corbin, my grandchild, £15. To James Jordan, 
grandchild, ,£5. To Peter Jordan, grandchild, £20. Whereas I stand 
bound to William Lenny, my son-in-law, in a sum of ^200, with a 
condition I should in my will give £100 to his 4 younger children, I 
therefore give, as hereby obliged, jQioo to be divided among his 4 
younger children (names not mentioned.) To Mary Roberson, my 
daughter, overplus from sale of tenements, &c, in Henhan, when 

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mortgage is paid off. If Elizabeth Holmes, my daughter, would like to 
purchase my tenements, &c, in Sotherton, she shall have first choice. 
If Mary Roberson wants to buy house, &c, in Henhan, she shall have 
first choice. William Glover, of Frostenden, Esq r ., sole Ex : for 
trouble. Witnesses : Ed : Bohun, Robert Glover, Alice Holland, Mary 
Godbold. Proved at Beccles, 10 April, 1701. 



1703. 

ANNA READ, of Raydon, widow. Dated 18 March, 1702. To 
Elizabeth Read, my dau : ^5 when 21, &: before if Ex: like. 
Goods, &c, to be sold by Ex : & after just debts & ^5 to E : R : all 
surplus of money equally divided between my 3 children, Nathaniel, 
William, & Elizabeth, when 21, before if Ex : like ; if either die, others 
divide. Son William bound out lately apprentice, Ex : to find his 
apparell till 21. Linnen to be divided between my sd 3 children by 
Mary Read, of Wrentham, my sister-in-law. Nathaniel Downing, of 
Wrentham, & Nathaniel Rix, of Wrentham, Ex : Witnesses : John 
Cawston, Elizabeth Mayes, John Lamb. Proved at Beccles, 4 Sept : 
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1704. 

WILLIAM READ, of Bucklesham, yeoman. Dated 21 Sept: 
1695. To Brother, Thomas Read, i2 d . All else to Mary, my 
wife, she sole Ex : Witnesses : Tho : Echard, Abr : Echard, Gabiiell 
Eades. Proved at Ipswich, 23 Dec: 1704. 



1714. 

WILLIAM READ, of Aldeburgh, Cordwainer. (No date.) To 
son William, all Lands, &c, subject to deduction of Legacies, 
&c, in Aldeburgh & Southwold, or elsewhere in Gt : Britain. " Item : 
I forgive all my sister Burling's Debt due to me, and she is hereby 
discharged for ever." To nephews William & Francis, sons of my 
brother, Thomas R : my Hopyard, situate at Aldeburgh, for natural 
lives, profits to be equally divided ; after their deaths, to return to son 
William or his heirs. I forgive Richard Martin all he owes me. I give 
to William, Son of sd Richard Martyn, 10 s , & to his son, 5". I forgive 
Philip Richardson and his heirs all his Debts to me. To P : Richardson's 
two sons, 5' each [names not mentioned.] "I give to Nathaniell 
Mullett, son of Cornelius Mullett, Elizabeth Mullett, fit Anne Mullett, 
five shillings each." To Thomas Watts, of Aldeburgh, one Doale of 
flew nets, to his dau : 5" [name not mentioned.] To Philip Richardson 
& Richard Martyn, aforesd, each one Doale of flew nctts. To Thomas 
R : my brother, h Doale flew netts. To Charles, son of Brother 
Thomas, £ D : of flew netts. To each of my nephews, Thomas Hailes 
children, 5" apiece. If son William die without male Issue, then 



nephew Francis, Brother Thomas's son, have Estate now in possession 
of William Elvis. To Amy Watts, 50 9 . Bro : Thomas & son William 
Exec : Witnesses : Tho : Betts, Will : Raine, W m Robinson. Codicil, 
Son William's wife, Anne, shall for her natural life have all left to 
William, if he die first. Same witnesses. Proved at Yoxford, 3 Sept : 
1714. 



I7I5- 

JAMES READ, of Mickfield, yeoman. Dated 26 March, 17 15. Son 
of James Read, of Pettaugh. Has brothers Mark and Richard. 
His wife is Elizabeth, and she is sole Executrix. Witnesses : John 
Blomfield, Thomas Blomfield, Hen : Smyth. Proved at Ipswich, 
2 Aug: 1715. 



1 7 16. 

JOHN READ, of Debenham, farmer. Dated 14 Sept: 17 16. To 
Martha, my beloved wife, everything in trust for my children, and 
at her death, estate to be divided between said children or survivors of 
them, viz.: John, Henry, William, Richard, James, Stephen, Ann, Mary. 
Martha sole Ex. Witnesses : Elea : Duncome, Johanna Sherman. 
Proved at Debenham, 19 Mar : 17 16. 



1718. 

ELIZABETH READ, of Framsden, widow. Dated 28 April, 171 7. 
To be buried in Pettaugh Ch : yard, beside my husband. To 
John, son of John Raydon, late of Brandiston, yeoman, dec d ., £5 when 
21. To Elizabeth, dau : of my brother, William Creasy, best black 
Hood, & scarfe, " my best Stayes," & black Petticoat. Rest of Wearing 
Apparell to be equally divided between 3 sisters-in-law, now the 
wives of my three brothers, W m , Lyonel, & John Creasy. Lyonel & 
John C : to be Ex : Head & foot stone to my husband's & my grave 
same as is at the head & foot of my father-in-law & his wife's grave. 
Any overplus to go to 3 brother Creasy. Witnesses : Ann Creasy, 
Peter Candler, Thomas Creasy. Proved at Wickham Market, 6 Jan : 
1718. 



1720. 

ROBERT READ, of [no place mentioned.] Dated 29 Aprill, 1720. 
Everything to James Cooper, my Landlord, he sole Ex. 
Witnesses : George Jenner, Charles Ward, W m Boice. Proved at 
Mutford, 17 Aug: 1720. 

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1 721. 



MARY READ, of Otley, widdow. Dated 17 November, 171 1. To 
Grandson, Read Gossup, Goods, Chattels, household Stuffe. 
To Grand-daughter, Ann Gossup, all my " Linning, & also one Coffin 
to put the said Linning into." If Read Gossup die before 21, Ann G : 
to have all. If Ann & Read G : die both before 21, my cosen, Rose 
Hasseing, of fframlingham, to have all. John Pells & Robert Parker, 
sen : both of Otley, Ex : Witnesses : Ann Palmer, John Adams, Amy 
Palmer. Proved at Ipswich, 24 April, 1721. 



1724. 

MARGARET READ, of Beccles, wid : Dated 29 Aprill, 1722. 
To son, John Read, Messuage, &c, in Beccles & Ingate, subject 
to money owing to Ex : of Charles Tuck dec : & payment to my 
daughters, Margaret & Mary Read, ^5 each. To daughter Susan, 
2 s 6 d , "and the reason I do not impart more of my small Substance to 
her is that she hath more in her own Right, given her by a friend of 
mine, than I am able to impart to my other Children." Household 
stuffe, &c, equally divided between Margaret & Mary, who are Ex : 
Witnesses : Marg* Rundall, Mary Rundall, Jno. Farr. Proved at 
Beccles, 27 April, 1724. 



1733- 

JOHN REED, of Helmingham. Dated 22 Oct : 1733. To my wife 
(name not mentioned), £20. To dau : Susan, 40 8 . Goods divided 
betwixt wife & children. Wife & son John, Ex. Witnesses : Thomas 
Reed, Will : Wood. Proved at Ipswich, 4 Nov : 1733. 



1736. 

MARK READ, of Pettaugh. Dated 16 March, 1735. To be 
buried in Pettaugh Ch : Yard. House, in occupation of Thomas 
Clark, day labourer, called Lintons cum le daine on west end of Parish 
Ch : yard, to John Smyth, alias Wheeding, formerly my servant, on 
condition he keep up the 7 graves belonging to me & my ancestors in 
decent order, & if stones decay, to replace them. A stone to be set at 
head & foot of my grave. To my kinswoman, Martha, wife of Samuel 
Norman, of Wingfield, £S a year for her life. To Henry & Thomas 
Conal, 2 sons of sd Martha, ^5 each. To six daughters of sd Martha, 
apiece (Martha, dau : of sd Martha, excepted), within 6 months after 
decease of sd Martha Norman. To Elizabeth & Martha, 2 daus : of 
Ambrose Bigsby, late of Stradbrooke, deceased, ^5 each after Martha 
Norman's death. To John Read, of Shetland, ^100. To Mark Gilbert, 
son of Thomas G : of Helmingham, £5. To Mark, son of Richard 
Moyse, £5. To George Clements, of Rishanglcs, ^10. To M r 

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Thomas Wingfield, attorney, one gui : to buy a Mourning Ring. To 
Mark Crapnall, of Wingfield, my God-child, To Thomas Garnham, 
of Pettaugh, j£io. To Doctor Samuel Rewse, of Pettaugh, £10. To 
Honour Elvin, my servant, ^5. To George Culham, my servant, ^5. 
To John Turner, Elizabeth Pepper, Wid : Haward, Robert Pemberton 
& his Sister, Samuel Simonds, the elder, Thomas Peck, William 
Lockwood, & Samuel Moyse, io 3 each. To Ann Smyth, dau : of Martha 
Smyth, my kinswoman, the house wherein the Wid : Haward now dwells. 
To sd Ann, £100 when 24, "if she, the said Anne, shall not hereafter 
be disobedient to her parents." To loving friend, James Gosling, of 
Helmingham, £10. All residue to John Smyth, alias Wheeding. 
James Gosling & John Smyth, alias Wheeding, Ex. Witnesses : Joseph 
Hubbald, John Harsant, Thomas Bennet. Proved at Ipswich, 27 
March, 1736. 



I738- 

HENRY READ, of Heveningham, yeoman. Dated 5 Aug: 1738. 
To Alice, loving wife, Messuage, &c, in Framsden, now in 
occupation of Nath : Welton, except Parlor with its Chamber, wh : is to 
go to Sarah Last, my faithful servant, for her life. After decease of 
wife, to son, John Read, of Debenham. To Alice, wife, Messuage, &c, 
in Debenham, after her decease, to sd Son John. To sd son John, 
Messuage in Walberswick, now in occupation of Thomas Gunn, subject 
to yearly Payment of ^3 to wife Alice. To son John, horses, teem, 
& furniture. Rest of furniture & goods to be sold, & money, after 
necessary expenses, to Alice my wife for her use, & after her death, 
divided between my 4 children : John, aforesaid, Alice Edwards, Martha 
Collins, of Heveningham, widow, & Ann Goddard, wife of Robert 
Goddard, of Sibton. To said Alice, wife of Henry Edwards, of 
Framsden, £50. To Martha Collings, widow, £50. To Ann Goddard, 
£50. To Grand-daughter, Alice Edwards, £15. To Grand-son, 
Henry Edwards, £10. To Grand-son, Sam 11 Collings, £20. To Sarah 
Last, aforesaid, ^5. John Read, son, sole Ex : Witnesses : John 
Baldry, Eliz : Haward, Jos h Downing. Proved at Ubbeston, 25 Sept : 
1738. 



1741. 

WILLIAM READ, of Saxted, yeoman. Dated 8 February, 1741. 
To wife, Ann Read, moneys & goods for natural life. Sd wife 
shall keep & maintain her Sister, Mary Aldrich, during her natural life. 
All goods I bequeath to wife to go to sd Mary and to my 6 children : 
Anne, wife of John Turner, of Southwold; Martha, wife of John 
Barker, of Monk Soham ; Thamar, wife of Edward Punt, of Horham ; 
Elizabeth, wife of Daniel Button, of Earlsoham; Sarah, wife of Paul 
Howes, of Saxted ; & Mary Punt, widow, of Earlsoham, equally divided. 
Wife Ann, sole Ex. Witnesses : John Moore, Daniel Button, John 
Harsant, jun. Proved at Ipswich, 20 March, 1741. 

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STEVEN READ, of Felixstow, thatcher. Dated 17 Oct: 1731. 
To only son, John Read, all Lands, &c, in Felixstow. To sd 
John, all goods, chattels, &: money, &c, he paying to my daughters, 
Mary & Martha, apiece, a year after my death ; and to Elizabeth, 
Jane, & Anne, ^5 when 21 : Board & bringing up free. Sd John sole 
Ex : Witnesses : Edward Robinson, Thomas Read. Proved at Ipswich, 
27 May, 1 741. 



1749- 

WILLIAM READ, of Aldeburgh, Gentleman. Dated 17 Dec: 
1743. To loving wife Elizabeth, all & everything, & sole Ex: 
Witnesses : John Thorpe, John Norton, Tho : Clarke. Proved at 
Aldeburgh, 11 Nov: 1749. 



1757- 

JOHN READ, of Sutton, Farmer. Dated 21 June, 1757. To my 
children: John, Jonathan, & Mary, £10 apiece, £5 of wh : was 
given them by their Grandfather, Francis Steel. To Elizabeth & James 
Baldry, j£io apiece [no relationship mentioned.] To my 2 sons, 
Thomas & William, ^5 apiece towards their maintenance & bringing 
up. All Residue to Mary my wife. Robert Hall, of Woodbridge, 
merchant, sole Ex. Witnesses : Rich d Wood & Nich : May. R : Hall, 
Ex : a quaker. Proved July 6, 1757. 



1760. 

JAMES READ, of Codenham, Farmer. Dated 22 Nov., 1757. 
Body to be buried in Codenham Ch : Yard, near where my 3 wives 
lie interred. To son James, by my former wife, £2 2'. To son, 
Samuel Read, ^8, & one small feather bed. To son John, ^3. To 
dau : Elizabeth Potter, io". To dau : Mary Read, 10*. Everything 
else, after Legacies paid, to my present wife Elizabeth for her life, & 
after her, to my son, James Read. Wife & James Calver, of Wood- 
bridge, Ex : & Richard Hammond, of Coddenhum, trustee. To each of 
latter, one guinea. Witnesses : John Johnson, sen : John Johnson, jun : 
Susanna Hammond. Proved 1 April, 1760. 



I763- 

AUGUSTINE READ, sen r ., of Little Glemham, shopkeeper. Dated 
7 Feb: 1763. All goods i\: effects equally divided into 3 parts : 
1 part to my wife Rebecca, 1 to son Robert, 1 to son Augustine. If 
any die, survivors divide. Robert & Augustine Ex : Witnesses : 
William Balls & Ann Percifall. Proved 5 March, 1763. 

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1 764. 



RICHARD READ, of Brundish, Yeoman. Dated 26 May, 1759. 
Executors to sell Farming Stock & Household Goods, & out of 
the money : To Mary Dring, Grand-dau : ^15. Residue of sd money 
to sons William & John, and daus : Mary, wife of John Dring, & 
Margaret, wife of William Dawkins, share & share alike. If any depart 
before division with Children, Children to divide parents' share equally 
between them. If they depart without Children, Brs : and sisters to 
divide it. Son John sole Ex : Witnesses : Jo n Baker, Tho s Dawkins. 
Proved at Brundish, 24 Jan : 1764. 



1766. 

JOHN READ, of Ipswich, Sadler. Dated 25 July, 1765. To 
Sarah Goldsmith, dau : of late Master William Goldsmith, of 
Ipswich, sadler, £30. To Hannah Goldsmith, dau : of Late Master 
William Goldsmith, of Ipswich, sadler, £30. To John Lewis, of 
Ipswich, Taylor, ^3. To John Jackaman, the elder, of Ipswich, 
blacksmith, £6. To John James, of Walton, blacksmith, £10. To 
Ann Frances, dau : of Tho : Frances, of Colchester, Peruke Maker, 
£10. To Margaret, dau : of Robert Greaves, of Ipswich, mariner, 
jQio. To Esther, widow of Stephen Durwent, dau : of sd Rob : 
Greaves, ^5. To Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Poulter, of Ipswich, 
^5. To Elizabeth Griggs, dau : of John Griggs, of Ipswich, ^5. To 
Sarah, widow of Stephen Kirby, late of Ipswich, Inholder, 40 s . To John 
Mallows, of Ipswich, cordwainer, 40 8 . To Sarah, dau : of Nicholas 
Goldsmith, of Ipswich, deceased, ^5. To Mary, wife of Richard 
Calvert, of Bunwell, of Norfolk, 40 s . To Richard Goldsmith, of Ipswich, 
Woolcomber, £10. All the sums =^130, to be paid by Ex: within 
6 months after death. Residue of Goods, &c, to Sarah and Hannah, 
daus : of my late master, William Goldsmith. Thomas Daldy, of 
Ipswich, Ironmonger, & Richard Goldsmith, aforesaid, Ex. Wit : Robt 
Booth, John Betts, & Thomas Daldy, who died before Test : Proved at 
Ipswich, 12 March, 1766. 



1767. 

HTHOMAS REDE, the elder, of Beccles, Gentleman. Dated 17 
J- March, 1767. Brewing & malting trade, wherein I am now 
engaged, to be carried on by Elizabeth, my wife who is to be Ex : to 
enable her to bring up my 3 younger children till 21. Messuage, &c, 
in Beccles, to wife for life, & all furniture, and after her death, furniture to 
be divided between sd 3 children. Eldest son, Thomas Rede, supervisor. 
If wife marry again, everything void & Brewing business to eldest son 
Thomas, & Messuage to son John. [Three children's names not 
mentioned.] Wit : J° Chambers, Ann Ely, Rob : Welton. Proved at 
Beccles, 22 Oct., 1767. 

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1769. 



CHARLES READ, of Aldeburgh, Gent: Dated 13 Jan : 1769. To 
dau : Alice Story, house in Aldeburgh. To son Charles, all linnen 
& wearing apparell, & cloaths. "To my son, John Story, my silver 
watch." To son Thomas, I s . To son William, i". Residue of Personal 
Estate to 3 daus : Ann Lever, Alice Story, & Emmy Curtis share & 
share alike. Son, Charles Read, & son-in-law, John Story, Ex : Wit : 
Henry Mayhew, John Knights, George Crabbe. Proved at Ipswich, 11 
April, 1769. 



THOMAS READE, of Framlingham, basket maker. Dated 19 
Sept: 1764. Funeral private, & no more expense than decency 
requires. All Messuage & cottage in New Street, Framlingham, to wife 
Ann during natural life or unmarried. Then sons Thomas, Stephen, & 
Ashford, & daus : Ann, Susan, &: Ruth, to be " Tenants in common." 
All personal estate to Ann, wife, on same terms. Ann &: Thomas, Ex : 
Wit : Hen : Alexander, Will m Clayton, Fra s Baldry. Proved at 
Framlingham, 6 Apr: 1 7 7 1. 



ANN READ, of Bungay, widow. Dated 14 Nov: 1772. To son, 
Robert Algar, of Bungay, sawyer, 3 rd part of Goods, Cloths, Wearing 
apparel, money, & personal estate. To grand-dau : Phillis Algar, ^5, 
to be laid out in wearing apparel as need requires. To Susan Algar, 
grand-dau : ^5, to be laid out in wearing apparel as need requires. 
Residue of Goods to dau : Ann, wife of James Brockdish, of Belton, 
husbandman, Susan, wife of Thomas King, of Carleton, in Norfolk, 
shoemaker, & Mary, wife of Robert Darby, late of Great Yarmouth, 
now of Norwich, blacksmith, share & share alike. Robert Algar & 
Thomas King, Ex : Wit : John Stafford, Joseph Knights. Proved at 
Bungay, 22 Dec : 1772. 

From the District Probate Court at Ipswich. 



Saunders Family. 

|we lyeth Axm ^lumrtfvjs Okntleman jsumttune 
of the right Wour.ohipfull eompanye of the Peteh- 
auntes 1 of the (ft. staple of (Finland, and uaa 
buried the 4 of §tprilt £Uno domini, 1579. 

Inscription on brass in Hillingdon Church, Middlesex ; from a 

rubbing in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Shelley Family. 



WILLIAM GODWIN, AUTHOR OF POLITICAL JUSTICE 
BORN MARCH 3 rd 1 756. DIED APRIL 7™ 1836. 
AGED 80 YEARS. 
MARY WOLLSTONECRAFT GODWIN 
AUTHOR OF A VINDICATION OF THE RIGHTS OF WOMAN 
BORN APRIL 27™ 1759, DIED SEPTEMBER IO TH 1 797. 
THEIR REMAINS WERE REMOVED HITHER FROM THE 
CHURCHYARD OF S T PANCRAS, LONDON, A.D. 1851. 
MARY WOLLSTONECRAFT SHELLEY 
DAUGHTER OF WILLIAM & MARY WOLLSTONECRAFT GODWIN 
AND WIDOW OF THE LATE PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY. 
BORN 30™ AUGUST, 1 797. DIED I st FEBRUARY, 1851. 

Inscription in the Churchyard of St. Peter's, Bournemouth, Hants, 
Copied February igth, 1889. — F. A. C. 



Rowdelt Family. 

?pc 'mti §wtt*ictt0 §tcwfatt t %m\$ qui obiit x° &it 
%yM# ^° §'ni $t° mm° rui' »Y* p'pirirt' W mt\ 

Inscription on brass in Northolt Church, Middlesex ; from a 
rubbing in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Feltham, Middlesex. 

Grant from William, son and heir of William West, " de la Hulle de 
Parochia de ffeltham," grants to William, " filio meo," a messuage 
" in campis de ffeltham." " Dat' apud ffeth'm die dominica" ante 
festum sancti Hillarii, Anno Regni Regis Edwardi filii Regis Edwardi 
Vndecimo." 

Grant from Thomas Robard, de ffelth'm, to William, son of William 
Robard, de eadem " nepoti meo." One acre of arable land " in campo 
de Echelefforde," " Dat apud Echelefforde quinto die Junii, Anno 
Regni Regis Edwardi tercii post conquestum quarto decimo." 

Grant from " Johes Laurence, de ffeltham," and Robertus Pouke, de 
eadem, to Richard Briggei e, senior, de ffeltham, of a meadow. " Dat' 
apud ffelth'm septimo die ffebruarij, Anno Regni Regis Henrici quarti 
post conquestum tercio." 

Grant from "John Laurence, de ffeltham," to Thomas Robert, of 
Hulle, of half an acre of land at ffeltham. " Dat' apud ffeltham in ffesto 
sc'i Mich'is Arch'li, Anno Regni Regis Henrici sexti post conquestum 
duo decimo." 

From Deeds in my possession. — F. A. C. 
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Cuppaidge Family. 



Mary Cuppaidge was borne on Thursday, the 8 th of May, 1673, about 
tenn of the Clock in y e morning. Deceased the 2 2 d of March, 
1673, about tenn at night, and is buried in the Chancell of S 4, 
Bride's Church, in Dublin. 

William was borne y c 29 th of November, 1674, about Eleaven of the 
Clock at night, being Sunday. Departed this life on Monday, the 
13 th of December, 1675, about Eleaven of the Clock in the 
Morning, and is interred in the tomb of M r John Low, his great 
Grandfather, in Chappell Izard Church Yard. 

Faustin was borne on Sunday, y e 2 d of January, 1675, about 5 of the 
Clock in the morning. 

Ann was borne on Thursday, the first of ffebruary, 1676, about twelve 
of the Clock in the day. 

William was borne on fryday, y e 10 th of January, 1678, about Six of the 
Clock in the morning. Deceased the 5 th of April, 1679, about Six 
in the morning, and is buried in Chappell Izard Church Yard, close 
to the tomb of M r John Low. 

Elizabeth and Jone were borne on thursday, the 4 th of March, 1679, 
about 3 of the Clock in the morning. Elizabeth Deceased on 
Sunday, the 9 th of January, 1680, and is buried at Chappell Izard, 
aforesaid. Jone Dyed about May, 1682. 

Low was borne on friday, the 12 th of August, 1681, about four of the 
Clock in the Morning. Deceased on thursday, the 25 th of August, 
aforesaid, about tenn of the clock at night, and was buried at 
Chappell Izard. 

Margaret was borne Sunday, the 29 th of October, 1682, about 12 of the 
Clock at night. 

Deborah was borne on tuesday, the 20 th of May, '84, about 6 of the 

Clock in the morning. 
Catherine was borne on Sunday, the 27 th of Sep r 1685, about 3 of the 

Clock in y* morning, and dyed on Sunday morning, the 13 th of 

March, 1686, betweene three and four of Clock, buried at Chappell 

Izard, nere the tomb. 
Elinor was borne on Sunday, the i6 tb of January, '86, betweene 8 & 9 

of the Clock at night, and dyed at Camarvan in wald, 29 tb March, 

1689. 

Low was borne on Wednesday, the 28 th of March, 1688, at 11 of the 

Clock at night, and dyed in Dublin, on Wednesday, 10 th 7 bcr , 1690, 

about 6 a Clock in the morning. 
Katherine was born at Chest 1 " on Wednesday, 25 th of July, 1689, about 

2 of the Clock in the morning. 
Ebenezer Low was bome on thursday, 7 th July, 1692, about 6 a Clock 

in the evening, and deceased on Sunday, y e 29 th of January, about 

Six a Clock in the evening. 
John was borne on Sunday, the 7 th of January, 1693, and deceased on 

Sunday, the 28 th of the same. 
Joseph was borne the 15 th of Septemb r , 1695, about 6 of the Clock in 

the morning. 

From a Bible, dated 1668, with a Book-plate of Charles Upham 

Barry ; in my possession. — F. A. C. 

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Garthwaite Family. 



To all and Singular to whom these Presents shall come, John Anstis, 
Esq r ., Garter principal King of Arms, and Stephen Martin Leake, Esq 1 "., 
Clarenceux King of Arms, send Greeting. Whereas Edward Garthwaite, 
of Shakleford, in the County of Surry, Esq r ., hath represented unto the 
Right Honourable Thomas, Earl of Effingham, Deputy (with the Royal 
Approbation) to the most Noble Edward Duke of Norfolk, Earl Marshal, 
and Hereditary Marshal of England, that his Ancestors having born and 
used for their Arms, Quarterly, in the first and fourth Gules a Cheveron 
Or, in the second and third Azure, a Frett of the second, but not finding 
Memorials of their Descent in the Records of the College of Arms, 
sufficient to Justify a Right to the same, hath prayed his Lordships 
Warrant for Our Ratifying, and Confirming unto him and his 
Descendants, the same Arms, with such Variation as shall be necessary, 
and for devising and Granting a suitable Crest to the same, to be 
likewise born by him, and his Descendants, according to the Ancient 
Usage and Custom of Arms. And Forasmuch as his Lordship con- 
sidering the Premises, and also the Qualifications of the said Edward 
Garthwaite, did by Warrant under his Hand and Seal, bearing Date the 
seventeenth day of this Instant May, Order and direct us to Ratify and 
Confirm unto him the said Edward Garthwaite, such Arms and Crest 
accordingly. Now Know ye that we the said Garter and Clarenceux 
in pursuance of the Consent of the said Earl of Effingham, and by 
Virtue of the Letters Patent of Our Offices to each of Us respectively 
Granted, under the Great Seal of Great Britain, do by these Presents 
Ratify Grant and Confirm unto the said Edward Garthwaite, the Arms 
and Crest hereafter mentioned, viz : Quarterly per fess indented, First 
and Fourth Gules, a Chevron Or, Second and Third Azure, a Frett of 
the second. Crest, A Mastiff Dog of a brindled, or variegated mixt 
Colours, Collar'd Dove-tail, with a Chain reflecting over his back Or. 
As the same in the Margin hereof may fully appear, To be born and 
used for ever hereafter, by him the said Edward Garthwaite, and the 
Heirs and other Descendants of his Body, with their due Differences 
according to the Law, and Usage of Arms, without the Lett or 
Interruption of any Person or Persons whatsoever. In witness whereof, 
We the said Garter and Clarenceux Kings of Arms, have to these 
Presents subscribed Our Names and affixed the Seals of our several 
Offices, the twenty seventh day of May in the twenty first year of the 
Reign of Our Sovereign Lord George the Second, by the Grace of God, 
of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, King, Defender of the faith, &c. 
And in the Year of our Lord, One thousand seven hundred and forty 
eight. 

John Anstis, Garter Martin Leake, Clarenceux 

Principal King of Arms. King of Arms. 



From the original Grant in my possession. — F. A. C. 



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Gyfforde Family. 

^tM& iw ijww* wfem £nm fe, mmtym* f (&$ttttt&t# wtift, 
Wfeo thtjtity yeawjs of ag* in tfwtfltod th&MQt& fen Hff, 

©fee Jonutto of $une, from dwtet one ©nownfl & <f p* §:ttd**tfe gt»w0, 
Wytfe oj^il tfew iscom in txtw mampu m irtap* 

go wfeotw* y e almiflhty lord, t\m tymt& thxt $o\mt$ fey tmm feaitfe lent, 
and dough/to tto, feMt o» the tet fee* lyfie jsfe* ^jrent. Jjj^jjj ftijj. 

Inscription on brass in Northolt Church, Middlesex ; from a 
rubbing in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Taylor Family. 

1680. Dec. 14. Anna, daughter of M r Will: Taylor, and M" 
Rebecca, his wife, was baptised at homeabout 4 
of y e clock in y e morning, according to the 
Church Rubrick for private baptisms. 
1681/2. Mch. 16. Dorothy, the daughter of M r Will: Taylor, and of 
M rs Rebeckah, his wife, was then baptised 
according to y e Rubric for private Bapt : 
1684. July 21. Daniel, the son of M r Will: Taylor, and of M" 
Rebecca, his wife, was then baptised. 

( M r Henry ) 
His Sureties I M r John \ Sherbrooke. 
( M" Rebecca j 

1686. July 18. Richard, the son of M r William Taylor, and of M ra 
Rebecca, his wife, was then baptised. His 
sureties : — M r Henry Sherebroke, M r Edward 
Crispe, M rs Rebecca Sherebrook. 

1689. Nov. 8. Elizabeth, daughter of Samuell & Sarah Taylor. 

1690/1. Jan. 11. Mary, daughter of Samuell & Sarah Taylor. 

1691. Dec. 26. Nathaniell, son of Samuell & Sarah Taylor. 

1692/3. Feb. 25. Benjamin, son of Samuell & Sarah Taylor. 

1695. Oct. 25. Sarah, daughter of Samuell & Sarah Taylor. 

1796/7. Jan. 8. Darby, son of Samuell & Sarah Taylor. 

1698. Nov. 14. William, son of Samuell & Sarah Taylour. [Born 
22 Oct.] 

1699/1700. Feb. 16. Joseph, son of Samuell & Sarah Tailour. 
1702. Oct. 23. William, son of Samuell & Sarah Taylor. 
1706. Aug. 25. Susanna, daughter of Samuell & Sarah Taylor. 
1 72 1/2. Jan. 9. Sarah, bastard child of Sarah Tayler. 

From the Registers of Great Warley, Essex. 
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Eggar Family. 



Memorandum, the 7 th daie of March, Anno Domini, 1640. John 
Eggar, of Montgomeries, within the parish of Crandall, in the Countie 
of Southt : Yeoman, Did make his will nuncupative in manner and form 
followinge, or that effect, viz. : Imprimus, hee gave to the poore of the 
towne of Fameham, in the Countie of Surrey, £20. Item : to the poor 
of the towne of Alton, in the Countie of Southt : £20. Item : to the 
poor of the parish of Froyle, in the Co e of Southt : ^10. Item : to the 
poor of the parish of Gundall, in the said Co e of Southt : £\o. Item : 
to the poor of the parish of Nateley, in the said Co 6 of Southt : £\o. 
Item : to the poor of the parish of Eversley, in the Co* of Southt : £\o. 
Item : he gave to Will'" Eggar, Serv' to Eliz th Eggar, of Mountgondies, 
afs d , ^£50. Item : he gave to Tho" Eggar, Serv 1 to Edward Field, of 
Froyle, afs d , ^50. Item : he gave to \V m Cooper, of Brent worth, 
in the s d Countie of Southt : ^50. Item : he gave to John Eyres, of 
Brentworth, afs d , ^50. Item : he gave to Alice Pitsum, of Fameham, 
afs d , ^50. Item : he will and gave a sufficient allowance for the 
finishing of the fieeschoole neere Alton, afs d , to be done by his 
Executors. And of his said Will he made Executors, Edward Field 1 ", 
William Eggar, Henry Eggar, & Elizabeth Eggar, widdow. Witness 
that this is his last Will &, Joane Wood and Phillis Eggar. Proved 
at London, 13 July, 1641. 

[Extracted from the Registry of the Prerogative Court of 
Canterbury.] 

From an old copy in my possession. — F. A C. 



Napper Family. 

$ere before lyeth §Une Rapper late the uyfe of 
William Rapper, gent, gaunhter to William 

£helto«, (!:;so,iuev, uho dep'ted y u viij" 1 of ^pvill, 15S4. 
§H tohrn of uho.se vertuu.s £yffc 

§Ud rou.staute saerrd \ovt 
guul that her memory shoulde ilemaune 

§Ud never hence gemote 
$er husband in his tyme of lyffe 

ffhis monument did leave his uyffe. 

Inscription on brass in Stanford Rivers Church, Essex ; from a 
rubbing in my possession. — F. A. C. 

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Harmwood Family. 



IN THE NAME OF GOD, AMEN : I, JOHN HARMWOOD, 
of the Parish of Orpington, in the County of Kent, Yeoman, being 
sick of Body, but of whole minde, thankes bee to God, make and 
Ordeyne this my last will and Testament in manner and forme 
following : that is to say, ffirst I bequeath my Soule to the hands of 
Almighty God, hopeing to bee saved onely by the meritts of my 
Saviour Jesus Christ, and my Body to bee buried amongst the 
ffaithfull, at my Executor's discretion. Item : I give to Richard 
Harmewood, my Brother, forty six shillings, eight pence. Item : I 
give to John Staple, my Daughter's sonne, Twenty poundes, to bee 
paid to him at One and twenty yeares of age. Item : I give to 
Johan Staple, my daughter's daughter, Twenty poundes, to bee paid to 
her at One and twenty yeares of age. Item : I give to the reparacons 
of the Church of Orpington, Twenty shillings. Item : I give to the 
poore of the aforesaid parish, Twenty shillings. Item : I give to Robert 
Harmwood, my Brother's sonne, Three sheepe. Item : I give to John 
Harmewood, my servant, Twenty shillings and one sheepe. Item : I 
give to Adam Parker, my servant, Tenn shillings. Item : I give to John 
Avewell, my servant, six shillings, eight pence. Item : I give to Elizabeth 
Harmwood, my servant, Twenty shillings or a Bullocke. Item : I give 
to my servant, Johan Nathauld, one Cowe and Tenn shillings, the Cowe 
to bee delivered at the next spring after my decease. Item : I give unto 
Johan Muncke, my sister, tenn shillings. All the residue of my goods 
unbequeathed, I give to my two daughters, Anne Harmwood and Mary 
Harmwood, whome I make and ordeyne my whole Executrix of this my 
last will and testament. Concerning my lands : Item : I give to John 
Staple, my daughter's sonne, all my house and land within the parishes 
of Chislehurst and Ruxley. All the residue of my lands elsewhere, I 
give to my two daughters, Anne Harmwood and Mary Harmwood. 
Item : I make Richard Harmwood, my Brother, and George Kickley, 
my Overseers of this my last will and testament, and I give to either of 
them tenn shillings for their paines. In witnesse whereof I have putte 
my hand and seale this Twentieth of August, in the ffirst yeare of the 
reigne of our Sovereigne King James, King of England, ffrance, Scotland, 
and Ireland, and of Scotland the xxxvj th . The hand of John Harmwood, 
Sealed in the presence of Henry Kickley, Roger Hargate, William 
Alwell, and Agnis Rownde. 



This is a true Coppy, agreeing with the 
originall, and was compared & examined 
therewith the 18 th of Aprill, 1662, by us, 




Serv ts to John 
Alsope, Scr. 



From an old copy in my possession. — F. A. C. 



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Gee Family. 



Edward Gee, D D., and Prebendary of Westminster, and Jane Limbrey, 
daughter of Henry Limbrey, of Hoddington, Gent., were married 
ffebr. 2 d , 1702-3, in Lambeth Chappel, by the Arch-Bishop of 
Canterbury. 

Jane, daughter of Edward Gee, D D., and Jane his wife (daughter of 
Henry Limbrey, of Hoddington, in the County of Southampton, 
Gent.,) was born in my house, in the Parish of S 4, Benedict, Pauls 
wharff (whereof I am Rector), October the 7 th , about Seven in the 
Evening, 1703 . . . was baptized by D r ffreeman, Dean of 
Peterburgh, Octob r 14 th . Sponsoribus, Henrico Limbrey, Avo, 
Domina, Sara Hodges et Martha Limbrey (uxore Joannis Limbrey, 
Armigeri) . . . dyed Nov. 8 th , 1703, and buried Nov. 11 th , at 
Upton Greys, the Parish wherein her Grandfather's Seat is. 

Married Edw d Ann, daughter of Edward and Jane Gee, was born on Monday, Septem- 
oYw^Tames 1 ber the 1 8 th , 1704, in the Evening, in the same house, and was 
of Ruyton, co'. baptized by D r William Stanley, Archdeacon of London, in the 
Salop. Parish Church of S' Benedict, Paul's wharff, Sept. 28 th , S r John 

Cook, Dean of the Archs, being Godffather, the Lady S' George 
(wife of S r Henry S 1 George, Garter King of Arms), and Mrs. Ann 
Limbrey, the Child's Aunt, being Godmothers. 

Elizabeth, daughter of Edward and Jane Gee, was born Tuesday, Dec. 
11 th , 1705, at Eleven a Clock at night, in a Prebendal house at 
Westminster, was baptized (in case of great Danger) privately by 
her ffather himself, Dec. 14 th , and was received a Member of the 
Church, in the Collegiate Church of S l Peter, Westminster, by the 
Sub-Dean (M r Sartre), Jan. 3 d 1705-6. John Limbrey, Esqr., being 
Godfather, the Lady Hickes (wife of S r Michael Hickes), and Mrs. 
Elizabeth ffield, her Aunt, being Godmothers. She dyed at Nurse 
at Croydon, Aug. 16, 1706, and was buried Aug. 19 th , in the Abby 
of Westminster, in the North Isle, just within the doors that lead to 
the Monuments. 

Died Edward, Son of Edward and Jane Gee, was born ffriday, the 17 th of 

in London, January, 1706-7, at two of the clock, afternoon, in the Prebendal 

unmarried house at Westminster, was baptiz'd (by reason of his weakness) the 

18 th of January, by the Sub-Dean of Westminster (D r Sartre); the 
R. H. S r Charles Hedges, and D r Sam. ffreeman, Dean of Peter- 
burgh, being Godfathers, and Mrs. Brown (the wife of Rupert 
Brown, Gent.,) being Godmother. 

Henry, Son of Edward and Jane Gee, was born Wedcnsday, the 
Thirtyeth of November, 1709, at 5 of the Clock in the morning, in 
the Prebendal House at Westminster, and was baptized by D r 
Onely, Sub-dean, December the io" 1 ; his Grandfather, M r Henry 
Limbrey, of Hoddington, and young Gilbert Serle, Esq r . (a Relation), 
being Godfathers, and Mrs. Wake (eldest daughter to the Bishop of 
Lincoln), being Godmother. He dyed of a feavour caused by the 
breeding of teeth, on Good-ffriday, the 7 th of April, 1710, and was 
buried April the 9 th , in the Evening, close to his sister Eliz". Grave 
in the Abby of Westminster. 

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Martha, Daughter of Edward and Jane Gee, was born May 15 th , 1712, 
betwixt the hours of ten and eleven in the morning, in the Prebendal 
House at Westminster, and was baptized May 22 s , by the R. R d . 

D r ffleetwood, Bishop of S* Asaph,* David Polhill, Esq r ., of * Since 

Chepstead, being Godfather, and Mrs. Martha Limbrey, her Aunt, Bishop < 

and Mrs. Bridget ffreeman, being her Godmothers. y * 

Edward Kinaston, Gent, Son of the before named Ann Gee, and 
Margaret Kinaston, daughter of William Kinaston, of Ryton, com. 
Salop, Esq r ., were married on the 2 d day of Sep r ., 1760, at the 
parish Church of Ryton, by the Rev d M r Parry, of Great Nesse. 

Margaret, the daughter of Edward and Margaret Kinaston, was born on 
Sunday, the 25 th Day of April, 1762, about four in the Morning, 
was baptized by the Rev d M r Charles on the 20 th May ; the before 
named Edw d Gee, Esq r . (the son) being Godfather; Miss Ann 
Kinaston (the Child's Aunt), and M rs Burton (Wife of Robert 
Burton, of Longnor, in the County of Salop, Esq r .,) being God- 
mothers. 

Anne, the Daughter of Edward and Margaret Kinaston, was born on 
Wednesday, the 16 th day of November, 1763, about \ an Hour 
after Six in the Evening, and was baptized by the Rev d M r Charles 
on the 12 th Dec r . ; David Belle, Esq., Major in Lord Ancram's 
Dragoons, being Godfather, the Right H ble Marg', Countess of 
Harborough, & M 1 ' 8 Jane Corbet (the Child's Aunt), being God- 
mothers. 

The above Margaret & Anne Kinaston had the Small Pox very 
favourably in Febry, 1765. 

Thomas, the Son of Edward and Margaret Kinaston, was born on 
Tuesday, the Seventh day of January, 1766, about half and Hour 
after one in the Morning, and was Baptized the 4 th of ffebry by the 
Rev 4 M r . . . ; G. A. F. Coventry, Esq r ., & M r George Jones, of 
Lincoln's Inn, being Godfathers, & Mrs. Champernowne, Wife of 
Arthur Champernowne, of Dartington, in the County of Devon, 
Esq r ., being Godmother; died 1770. 

Edw d Kinaston, the Son of Edw d & Marg 1 Kinaston, was born the 13 th 
of June, 177 1, at 11 o Clock in the forenoon, & Baptized July y e 
1 i th ; M rs Jane Gibbon being Godmother, & M r Tho s Middleton 
& M r Rowland Edwards, of Ness, in Shropshire, Godfathers. Had 
the small Pox, 1788, & died 10 th of Feb: 1795, at Ryton, in the 
County of Salop. 

Edw d Kinaston, the Father, died at Ryton, in the county of Salop, in 
the year of our Lord, 1792. 

Marg* Kinaston, his Wife, died at Ryton, in the county of Salop, in the 
year of our Lord, 1806. 

From a Bible, dated 1683, in three volumes, in my possession. — 
F. A. C. 



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SwitJiland, L cicestersJi ire. 



REGISTER EXTRACTS FOR THE YEAR OF 
OUR LORD, 1728. 

Elisabeth, daughter of Joseph Sanders, was baptiz d on y e Sixteenth day 
of June, 1728. 

William, Son of Samuel Frankes, was baptized on y e tenth day of 
November, 1728. 

John, Son of Henry Wattson, was baptized on y c fourteenth day of 
November, 1728. 

Jane, daughter of William Westley, was baptized on y e tenth day of 
March, 1728. 

Anne Prior, Widow, was buried on y e Seventh day of April. 
Mary, wife of John Bennet, was buried on y e first day of September, 
1728. 

Friza Johnson, Widow, was buried on y e third day of November, 1728. 
William, Son of Samuel Frankes, was buried on y° twentieth day of 
November, 1728. 

Mary, wife of Henry Wattson, was buried on y e eighth day of December, 
1728. 

Mary Lovet, a pauper, was buried on y" twelfth day of March, 1728. 
Joseph Frankes, and his wife Elisabeth, were both buried in one Grave 

on y c fourteenth day of March, 1728. 
Jane, daughter of William Westley, was buried on y c Sixteenth day of 

March, 1728. 

Thomas Smith & Catherine Spawton, both of Ansty, were married with 

a License, on y e third day of June, 1728. 
William Smith, of Quarendon, & Elizabeth Ward, of Swithland, were 

married with Banns on y e tenth day of June, 1728. 
John Farrar, of Loughborow, & Mary Middleton, of Glenfield, were 

married with a License on y e fiveteenth day of September, 1728. 



From an old manuscript on parchment, in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Burgcys Family. 

£Uc iarct $obrvt' gurflry.s quond' itlrrtor 
tltittjg mlMc qui obijt xij" die ^anuatij %° 
d'ni $1° (Ctftftt .uj° cut' a'i'c p'pirirt' fat'. 

Inscription on Brass in Hayes Church, Middlesex ; from a rubbing 
in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Abel Brokesby, Rector. 
William Whiffle, ) „, 




Addison Family. 



Tuesday Sept. 30, 1788, London. 

Peter Addison, Juner, Was Married to Ann Higgins at the Church in 

Love lane in the City. 
Tuesday March the 29, 1791, William Jeffery Chriestnead at 

Addison was born at twelve O Clock in St Andrews holborn. 

the day. 

Monday July the 30, 1792, Mary Ann Addison was born at Quarter 

Past fore in the morning. 
Friday Oct the 31, 1794, Susanna Addison was born at Quarter past 

Eight in the Evening. 
Novembr 21, 1795, Saturday morning Susanna Addison died Aged One 

year and three weeaks Buried at Clerkenwell. 
Febuary 21, 1797, Tuesday five in the afternoon Ann Addison died 

Aged fore years and Seven months. 
Ann Addison Died September 19 th 1826, Aged 64. 
Peter Addison Died Aug Bt 5, 1828, Aged 65 y s . 

The Gift of M r Jeffery Haughton of Islington To Jeffery Addison O ct y 8 
i st 1780. 

Jeff. Addison born August y e 28 th 1759. 

Peter Addison born May y e 7 th 1732. O. S. 

Susanna Joyce, born Sep r y e 20 th 1730. O. S. 

Peter Addison Married to Susanna Joyce Dec r 23 d 1754. 

W m Born O ct 17 th 1755. Died Novem. 29, 98. Aged 43 years. 

Ann Born May 9 th 1758. 

Jeff Born August 28 th 1759. Died Dec r y e i st 83. — -24. 13. 4. 
Susanna Born O ct y e 12 th 1761. Died Nov b 15, 1814, ag d 53. 
Peter Born Dec r 12 th 1763. 

Sary Born March 25, 1765. Died May y e 24 th 87. — 22. 8. 4. 
Tho 8 Born Jan r ? 8 bh 1771. 

James Born Feb ry 2 d 1772. Died Nov r y e 27 th 82. — 10. 42. 4. 



Children as Died. ' 

Aged weeks. 

Jeff : June f 25, 1757 . 10 

Joyce, Feb. y e 6, 1763 . 10 

John, June y e 18, 1766 . 13 

James, July y e 6, 1766 . 15 

Frances, May 17, 1767 . 1 

Eliz : Jan : 29, 1769 . 21 

5 Days. . 



July y e 18, 98. 

I Give this Book To My Son 
Peter Addison that it may be 
Kept in y° Famaly. Susanna 
Addison your Mother, 1798. 



M r W m Joyce May y e 21, 1757. 
M™ Ann Joyce Nov. 6, 1757. 

M r Peter Addison Died March y e 24, 1795 Aged 63. Glatton, 
Huntingdonshire. Oct. y e 4 the Grave Stone Put Down, 1796. 

M rs Susanna Addison wife of Peter Addison Died May 22, 1804, 
Aged 74. 



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The Gift of Jeffery Addison of Glatton to his Daughter Alice 
Haughton, of Stanground. She gave it to Jeffery Haughton her Son of 
Islington. He gave it to Jeffery Addison Son of Peter Addison and 
great Giand Son to the said Jeffery Addison of Glatton O ct y° i*' 1780. 

M r Peter Addison Glatton In the County of Huntingdon Died March 
y e 24 Aged 63, 1795. 

Octt. 4 y e Grave Stone Put Down 1796. 
Son W m Addison Died Nov m 29 Aged 43, 1798. 

My Sister Grace Crockit Died Sep' y e 18, 1799, Aged 68, 1799, 
Peterborough. 

M rs Susanna Addison of Glatton Died May the 22 Aged 74 years 1804. 

From a volume containing the Common Prayer and Bible, dated 
1639, in my possession — F. A. C. 



Abbott Family. 

IN THE NAME OF GOD, AMEN. "I, John Abbott, of the 
Precincts of the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, in the County of Kent, 
Peruwigmaker and Barber," "unto my beloved Wife Alice," "which 
said Alice, my wife, I Nominate and Appoint full and Sole Executrix," 
" my three Children, John, Alice Elizabeth, and Charles." Dated 29th 
January, 1785. Proved 20th July, 1785. P. C. C. 

From the Probate of his Will in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Berwick Family. 

UNDERNEATH 
LIE THE REMAINS OF 
IOHN DE BERWICK, 
DEAN OF THIS CHURCH, 
DIED 1312. 

Inscription on brass in the Jloor of the South Chancel Isle, J Vimborne 
Minster, Dorsetshire ; from a rubbing in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Burtiui Family. 

HERE LYETH DIANIS BVRTVN WIDOW THE ELDEST DAVGHTER OF 
IOHN KNITVN ESQ'. OF BAFOKD IN HARKORDSHERE LEAVING ISSVE 
MARY LADIE STANLEY OF PATMORE HALL IN THE SAME COVNTY 
DECEASED THE 4 DAVE OF FEBRVARY AN° D6NI 1616. 

Inscription on brass in Much Had ham Church, Herts; from a 
rubbing in my possession. — F. A. C. 

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Vernon Family. 



Indenture made 19 May, 1654, between George Vernon, of Farnham, 
co. Surrey, Esq , Elizabeth his wife, and Elizabeth Hunt, of St James', 
co. Middlesex, widow, aunt and next heir appar* of s d Elizabeth Vernon, 
of i st part; Henry Vernon, of Farnham, Esq., father of s d George 
Vernon, John Houghton, of London, gent., and Francis Naylor, of 
S* Andrews, High Holborn, co. Middlesex, of 2 d part; and Francis 
Luttrell, of Gray's Inn, co. Middlesex, Esq., Richard Spoare, of Gray's 
Inn, gent., and Will m Meller, of South Myms, co. Middlesex, gent., 
of 3 d part. 

Reciting Indenture made 12 Sept., 1653, being settlement on marriage 
of George Vernon and Elizabeth Kirkham, now Elizabeth Vernon. 
Witnesses : Geo. Pisbye, Tho. Darby. 

Henry Vernon, of= 
Farnham, Esq., 
living 19 May, 
1654. 



George Vernon, of = Elizabeth, da. 
Farnham, Esq., of Kirkham, 
living 19 May, living 19 May, 
1654. Marriage 1654. 
settlement dated 
12 Sept., 1653. 



Indenture made 12 Sept., 1653, between Henry Vernon, of Farnham, 
co. Surrey, Esq., on i 8t part; George Vernon, son and heir appar' of s 4 
Henry, on 2 d part ; Elizabeth Kirkham, of S* James's, co Middlesex, 
gentlewoman, and Elizabeth Hunt, of the same, widow, aunt and heir 
appar 1 of s d Elizabeth Kirkham, on 3 d part ; and -. Luttrell, of Gray's 
Inn, Esq , and Will m Meller, of South Myms, gent., on the 4 th part ; 
being settlem 6 on marriage of George Vernon with Elizabeth Kirkham. 

Signatures of Henry Vernon and George Vernon on fold. Witnesses : 
Geo. Pisbye and Tho. Darby. 

Munimenta Antigua, Suffolk, Vol. 6, folio series, JVbs. 24 6r* 25. 



Kemball Family. 

Indenture made 18 Oct., 1698, between James Kemball, of Battisford, 
co. Suffolk, gent., of one part ; and Stephen Camborne, of Lawshall, co. 
Suffolk, clerk, of other part; being demise of moiety of messuages, &c, 
in Ixworth and Pakenham, now, or late, in tenure of Will™ Parr. 

Signature of James Kemball on fold. Witnesses : Phil : Hart, 
Rebecca Bond, and Henry Broughton, jun r . 

Munimenta Antigua, Suffolk, Vol. 6, folio series, No. 47. 

3I 



Byron Family. 



To all and Singular to whom these Presents shall come Sir Isaac 
Heard Knight darter Principal King at Arms sendeth Greeting 
Whereas His Majesty by Warrant under His Royal Signet and Sign 
Manual bearing date the twenty seventh day of February last, hath 
signified unto Henry-Thomas Howard-Molyneux-Howard Esquire com- 
monly called the Right Honourable Lord Henry-Thomas Howard- 
Molyneux-Howard Deputy (with the Royal Approbation) to his Brother 
the Most Noble Bernard-Edward Duke of Norfolk Earl Marshal ajid 
Hereditary Marshal of England that he had been graciously pleased to 
give and grant unto the Right Honourable George-Gordon Baron Byron 
of Rochdale in the County Palatine of Lancaster and to Anne-Isabella 
Baroness Byron his Wife, only Child of Sir Ralph Noel (heretofore Sir 
Ralph Milbanke) of Halnaby in the North Riding of the County of 
York and of Seaham in the County Palatine of Durham Baronet by the 
late Honourable Dame Judith His Wife deceased who was the eldest 
Daughter of the Right Honourable Edward sometime Viscount 
Wentworth of Wellsborough in the County of Leicester and Baron 
Wentworth of Nettlested in the County of Suffolk and Sister of the late 
Right Honourable Thomas Viscount and Baron Wentworth &c also 
deceased His Royal Licence and Authority that they may in compliance 
with a Clause contained in the last Will and Testament of the said 
Thomas Viscount and Baron Wentworth take and use the Surname of 
Noel only and also bear the Arms of Noel only and that the said 
George-Gordon Baron Byron may subscribe the said Surname of Noel 
before all Titles of Honour such Arms being first duly exemplified 
according to the Laws of Arms and recorded in the Heralds Office 
otherwise His Majesty's said Licence and Permission to be void and of 
none Effect. And Forasmuch as His Lordship did by Warrant under 
His Hand and Seal bearing date the twenty eighth day of the same 
Month authorize and direct me to exemplify the said Arms of Noel 
accordingly. Know Ye therefore that I the said Garter in obedience 
to His Majesty's Command in pursuance of His Lordship's Warrant and 
by virtue of the Letters Patent of my Office to me granted under the 
Great Seal of Great Britain do by these Presents exemplify unto the said 
George-Gordon Byron Baron Byron now George-Gordon Noel Baron 
Byron the Arms of Noel Viz 1 : Or. fretty Gules a Canton Ermine (a 
Quaterfoil Sable for distinction) And the Crest of Noel Vizt: On a 
Wreath of the Colours A Buck at gaze Argent attired Or. (charged for 
distinction with a Quaterfoil as in the Arms) and unto the said Anne- 
Isabella Byron now Anne-Isabella Noel Baroness Byron the said Arms 
of Noel (without the said distinction) as the whole are in the Margin 
hereof more plainly depicted to be borne and used for ever hereaftei by 
them the said George Gordon NojI Baron Byron and Anne-Isabella Noel 
Baroness Byron his Wife according to the Tenor of His Majesty's said 
Sign Manual and the Laws of Arms In Witness whereof I the said 
Garter Principal King of Arms have to these Presents subscribed my 
Name and affixed the Seal of my Office this first day of March in the 
third Year of the Reign of Our Sovereign Lord George the Fourth by 
the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland 
King Defender of the Faith &c and in the year of Our Lord one 
thousand eight hundred and twenty two. 

Isaac Heard, Garter Principal King of Arms. 

From the original Grant in my possession, endorsed : "Recorded in 
the College of Arms, London, and Examined therewith by me, 
Ralph Finland, Norroy cV Register." — F. A. C. 

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Farr Family. 



Henry Wallis, Esq., of Healing, his Book. 

He Died at Healing, of the Gout at his Stomach, Aged 85, on the 4 
day of May, 1775. 

Elizabeth, the Wife of Gilbert Farr, Daughter of the above Henry 
Wallis, and Mother of the fifteen Children below, Died on 
Monday, 11 o'clock morning, April 28 th , 1794, at Castor, Aged 
42 Years, after being more then 7 months 111. They were 
Married on the 3 d Day of June, 1772, at Healing, and lived in 
the greatest Felicity and Love the whole time, being a Woman 
endowed with extraordinary good Sense — Virtue and Industry not 
to be surpassed. 

1. Lucy Maria Farr, born at Healing, 12 th July, 1773, Monday Mor. 

9 o'clock. 

2. Elizabeth Farr, born at do., 4 th August, Anno Dom. 1774, 7 o'clock 

at Night. 

3. Harriett Farr, born at do., 25 th August, a.d. 1775, 4 o'clock evening. 

Died at Healing, May 24 th , 182 1. Buried at Healing. 

4. Sophia Farr, born at do., 19 th October, 1776. Died at Louth, on 

a visit to her Sis r , M rs Loft, the 17 th Sep 1 ", 1795, Aged 19. 
Buried at Healing. 

5. Henry Wallis Farr, born at do., 9 th December, 1777, Wed y 9 o'clock 

Night. 

6. Gilbert Farr, born at do., 7 th July, 1779. Died Sep r 28 th , at Castor. 

Buried at Healing. 

7. George Farr, born at Haling, 11 th April, 1781, Wed y Eve g 5 o'clock. 

Died at Grimsby, Dec r 5 th , 1820. Buried at Healing. 

8. Ursula Farr, born at Fonaby, Monday More, 20 th January, 1783. 

9. Thomas Farr, born at Fonaby, on Palm Sund y , April 4 th , 1784, 

8 o'clock in y e Mor^. 

10. Charles Farr, born at Fonaby, 9 th April, one o'clock Mors, 1785. 

Died in the West Indies. 

11. James Farr, born at Fonaby on Saturday, 7 th Oct r , 6 o'clock Eve s , 

1786. 

12. Mary Farr, born at Fonaby, 8 th January, baptiz'd 18 th , 1788. Miss 

Torrit, M rs Sutton, and M r Lawrence. 

13. John Farr, born at Fonaby, i st April, Wednesday, 4 o'clock after- 

noon, 1789, baptiz'd y e same Eve^. 

John Farr Died Friday, at Castor, April 16 th , 1790, buried at 
Healing on Sund y , west end of y e Capt n grave. 

Gilbert Farr died Tuesday, at Castor, Sep r 28 th , 1790, half past six 
in y e Mors, aged 1 1 y rs . His complaint was a Scarlet Fever and 
Ulcerous sore Throat. Buried at Healing by his Bro. John. 



14. A Boy stillborn, at Castor, Monday, on the 14 th of March, 1 791. 

Buried at Healing. 

A dreadful time for the dear Mother ; had 3 Apothecaries and 
one Physician ; all thought she must die. 

15. Catharine Farr, born at Castor, June the 4 th , 1792. Died Aug 1 

25 th , 1792. Buried at Healing. 

The above entries are on the fly-leaf of a copy of the Cran?ner 
Bible, 1540; on the title is the Autograph of Thomas 
Walleys, of Trowbridge, 1540. 



She fugure of gjft . . . . 

daughter to $00 

County of ^Oorjsctt .... 

Inscription on a loose brass in the Library, Wimborne Minster; 
from a rubbing in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Balls Family. 



Indenture dated 1 July, 1800, between Mary Balls, of the Minories, 
co. Middlesex, spinster, and Edward Cooper, of Great Oakley, co. 
Essex, farmer, and Anne, his wife, Edward Allen Clarke, of Great 
Oakley, husbandman, and Rebecca, his wife, and Francis Cooper, of 
Tendring, Essex, farmer, and Sarah, his wife, which said Mary, Anne, 
Rebecca, and Sarah, are the four daughters and co-heiresses of George 
Balls, late of Great Oakley, aforesaid, yeoman, who died intestate, of the 
one part ; and Thomas Goody, of Great Oakley, miller, of the other 
part ; being deed of covenant to levy a fine of messuages and premises 
at Great Oakley, in the County of Essex, and the use thereof declared 
to Mr. Edward Cooper, in fee. 

George Balls, of Great= 
Oakley, co. Essex, yeoman. 
Died intestate before 1 
July, 1800. 



Mary, of the 
Mineries, co. 
Middlesex, 
dau. and co- 
heir. Living 
a spinster, 1 
July, 1S00. 



Edward Cooper, = 
of Great Oakley, 
co. Essex, farmer, 
Living 1 July, 
1800. 



"Anne, dau. 
and co-heir 
Living 1 
July, 1S00. 



Edward Allen=Rebecca, dau. 
Clarke, of and co-heir. 



Great Oakley, 
husbandman. 
Living 1 July, 
1800. 



Living 1 July, 
1S00. 



Francis Cooper,=Sarah, dau. 
of Tendring, co. and co-heir. 
Essex, farmer. Living 1 
Living 1 July, July, 1800. 
1S00. 



From a Deed in the possession of Edward Cooper, of Little 
Oakley, Essex. — F. A. C. 

34 



Jarrold Family. 



ANNE JARROLD 
DIED MARCH II th 1790, AGED 23 YEARS. 
CATHERINE JARROLD 
DIED APRIL IO TH 1790, AGED 18 YEARS. 
SARAH JARROLD 
DAUGHTER OF 
WILLIAM & HANNAH JARROLD 
DIED JAN Y 24, 1795, AGED 21 YEARS. 
WILLIAM BRIDGEMAN JARROLD 
LATE OF MANNINGTREE 
DIED NOVEMBER I st 1809, AGED 47 YEARS. 
ELIZABETH JARROLD HIS WIFE 
DIED JANUARY 20, 1808, AGED 41 YEARS. 

WILLIAM BRIDOEMAN JARROLD m . 



DIED FEBRUARY 26™ 1815, AGED 27 YEARS. 
HANNAH COATS JARROLD 
THIRD DAUGHTER OF THE LATE 
JOHN JARROLD DIED FEB Y I, l8l6 
AGED 45 YEARS. 
ALSO HANNAH 
THE BELOVED DAUGHTER OF 
WILLIAM BRIDGEMAN AND 
ELIZABETH JARROLD 
WHO DIED JULY 2 nd 1832. AGED 19 YEARS. 



IN THIS VAULT LIE BURIED 
THE REMAINS OF M R SAMUEL JARROLD, 
LATE OF MANNINGTREE IN THIS COUNTY 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
ON THE 15™ DAY OF MAY 1 758 
IN. THE 48 YEAR OF HIS AGE. 
LIKEWISE TWO OF HIS CHILDREN 
WHO DIED IN THEIR INFANCY. 
ALSO THE BODY OF M RS MARY HINSUM 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
ON THE 2 nd DAY OF JANUARY 1 767 
AGED 76 YEARS. 
ALSO THE BODY OF M RS HANNAH JARROLD 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
ON THE IO TH DAY OF DECEMBER 1 77 1 
AGED 33 YEARS. 
JOHN JARROLD OB T 23 OCT R 1 7 75 
AGED 30. 
SAMUEL JARROLD OB T 9 MAR. 1 7 77 
AGED 34. 

WILLIAM JARROLD DIED 27 JAN. 1 784 
AGED . . 
ANN BRANSTON DIED 8 MARCH 
1788. AGED 75. 

Inscriptions on Altar To?nbs in the Churchyard of St. Martin's, 
Colchester ; from a volume in my possession containing copies in 
MS. of all the Inscriptions at this Church. — F. A. C. 



THEIR SON 




35 



Allsopp Family. 



Manor of Great Okely, co. Essex, 30 June, 1843. Admission of 
Mr. James Allsop upon the death and under the will of his father, 
James Allsop, deceased. 



John Goffe 



T 



James Allsopp, deceased= 
before 1789. 



James Allsop, only son=j= 
and heir. Will dated 23 
May, 1836; proved 23 
May, 1839, Arch. Col- 
chester. 



James Allsop, living 30 
June, 1843. 

From a Deed in the possession of Edward Cooper, of Little Oakley, 
Essex. — F. A. C. 



Gee Family. 

Edward Gee, D r of Div? & Dean of Lincoln. Will dated 9 June, 
1727. Codicil, 7 Nov. 1727. Proved 10 April, 1730, by the relict, 
Jane Gee. Further Admon., 9 May, 1738, to his son, Edward Gee, the 
afores' 1 Jane Gee, the relict, being also dec d . If I die in my Prebendal 
house at Westminster, I desire to be buried in the same grave with my 
two children, there interred; but if I decease at my Parsonage of 
Chevening, then to be buried in my Chancel there, South of the 
Communion Table, without pomp. By my Marriage Settlement the 
sum of ^3,000 was to be laid out in the purchase of lands for my wife 
and her children, but the said purchase was not made, and all my estate 
and her fortune is in the Public Funds, &c , and I now give her 
^3,000. To my three children, Edward, Anne, and Martha Gee, 
.£1,500 each at their ages of 21. Poor of Chevening, £5, and of 
St. Margaret's, Westminster, £5. Residue to my s d wife, sole Executrix. 
At her decease, my daughters to have £1,500 each, and the residue to 
my son Edward. All my books and MSS. to my son Edward. My 
friends M r John Brandreth, and M r John Battely, of Westminster, 
Overseers, and to each a ring of £20. Wit : Rob 1 Frcind, Tho" 
Fitz Gerald, Peirson Lloyd. Codicil, 7 Nov., 1727. My good brother, 
D r Edward Wills, also to be an Overseer of my Will, and I give him 
£20 for a ring. 

P. C. C. f94 Aubcr.) 

36 



Ledger Stones, Wimborne Minster. 



HERE LYETH THE BODY 
OF MARY CONANT THE 
DAUGHTER OF MALACHI 
CONANT, S.T.B. FORMER 
VICAR OF BEEDING IN 
SUSSEX WHO DIED THE 
24™ DAY OF FEB. ANNO DOM. 
1686 jETATIS su^ 14. 

North Chancel Aisle, 



HIC JACET CORPUS GULIELMUS ROLLES DE 
BOTHENWOOD GEN QUI OBIJT 26 DIE MAIJ 
A.D. 1720 
ANNO iETATIS 47. 
IN MEMORY OF ALICE, WIFE 
OF WILLIAM ROLES WHO DIED NOV R Y E 26™ 
I74O AGED 70 YEARS. 
HERE LIETH THE BODY OF JOHN SON OF THE 
ABOVE WILL M AND ALICE ROLES WHO DIED 
NOV R 19™ 1778 AGED 83 YEARS. 
HERE LIETH THE BODY OF MARY WIFE OF THE 
ABOVE JOHN ROLES WHO DIED MAY IO TH 1780 
AGED 78 YEARS. 
HERE LIETH THE BODY OF JOHN FRYER 
GENT 

WHO DIED 29™ SEPT R l8lO AGED 86 YEARS. 
HERE LIETH THE BODY OF ANN, WIFE OF 

THE ABOVE JOHN FRYER WHO DIED 

31 st OCT r 18 1 2 AGED 82 YEARS. 
MARY FRYER THEIR DAUGHTER. 

North Chancel Aisle. 



ENTRANCE OF 
J. R.'S 
VAULT. 

North Chancel Aisle. 



HERE LYETH THE BODYES OF JOHN 
GERRARD, SENIOR, AND ELIZABETH HIS 
WIFE 

AND ALSO CHRISTOPHER GERRARD HIS SON 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE THE I 6 th DAY OF 
T ULY IN THE 56™ YEAR OF HIS AGE ANNO 
DOMINI 1726. 

North Chancel Aisle. 
37 L 



UNDERNEATH THIS STONE 
THE BODY OF JOHN SON OF 
JOHN AND JANE MILES 
DEPARTED THIS LIFE JAN. IO, 179. 
AGED 32 YEARS. 
ALSO HERE LIETH THE BODY OF 
MARY DAUGHTER OF THE ABOVE 
JOHN AND JANE MILES 
DEPARTED THIS LIFE JUNE 3° 1 796 
AGED 58 YEARS. 

North Chancel Aisle. 



UNDERNEATH LIE THE REMAINS 
OF RICHARD TORY 
WHO DIED 1825 AGED 74. 
JANE HIS WIFE WHO DIED 1813 
AGED 57. 
AND 2 SONS AND 2 DAUGHTERS 
GEORGE DIED 1 794 AGED 1 3. 
RICHARD DIED 1 828 AGED 40. 
ANN DIED 182O AGED 50. 
JANE DIED 1842 AGED 70. 

North Chancel Aisle. 



HERE LYE THE BODYS OF 
MARY AND ELIZABETH FRAMP- 
TON WIFE AND DAUGHTER OF 
GEORGE FRAMPTON LATE 
OF MORETON, ESQ. 
MARY DIED NOV BHR Y E 6 th 1 727 

AGED 83. 
ELIZABETH FEB RV Y 1! 1 8™ 172^ 
AGED 39. 

North Chancel Aisle. 



IN MEMORY OF 
ELIZABETH WIFE OF 
JOHN REBKES 
WHO DIED MARCH 1 7 '" 1780 
AGED 80 YEARS. 
ALSO MARTHA WIFE OF 
ISAAC GOZNEY 
WHO DIED II th JUNE 1804 
AGED 66 YEARS. 
ALSO ISAAC THEIR SON 
WHO DIED AN INFANT 

North Chancel Aisle. 

38 



HERE LIETH Y E BODY OF 

MELIOR LOVEIL WHO 
DIED APRIL Y E 1 5™ 1 755 
AGED 80 YEARS. 
GEORGE LECKIE 
ESQ*. 

North Chancel Aisle. 



J. SNOOK 

1779. 

A. SNOOK 
1805. 

Nortli Chancel Aisle 



IN MEMORY OF 
RICHARD COMBES 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
DECEM BR 25™ 1 80 1 
AGED 6l YEARS. 
ALSO JENNY HIS WIFE 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
SEPT R 5™ l8 . . 
AGED 74 YEARS. 

North Chancel Aisle. 



UNDERNEATH THIS STONE ARE THE REMAINS 
OF M R THO s TARNER & HIS FAMILY 
WHO (AFTER A LIFE SPENT WITH 
GREAT CARE AND INDUSTRY 
ACQUIRED A GOOD FORTUNE) 
HE DIED THE 19™ SEPT R 1 766 
AGED 76. 

JONE HIS WIFE DIED THE SAME YEAR 
OF THE AGE OF 74. 
ALSO JOHN TARNER THEIR SON 
WHO DIED 25™ FEB RY 1 787 
AGED 58 YEARS. 
AND SARAH HIS WIFE 
WHO DIED 8 th MARCH 1 799 

AGED 64 YEARS. 
AND MARY THEIR DAUGHTER 
WHO DIED 27 th JUNE 1 799 
AGED 27 YEARS. 

North Chancel Aisle. 

39 



NEAR THIS PLACE LIES THE 
REMAINS OF ROGER WILLIS 

ALSO MARY HIS WIFE 
LIKEWISE CATHARINE THEIR 
DAUG R WIFE OF WILLIAM 
FABIAN WHO DIED OCT R Y E 5™ 
1772 AGED 57 YEARS. 

North Chancel Aisle. 



BENEATH THIS . . . 

THE BODY . . . 
WHO DEPARTED . . . 
AGED . . 
ALSO OF A . . . 
HIS NIECE WHO . . MARCH 
1 8l 7 AGED . YEARS. 
HENRY EDWARD HILL 
1813. 
HENRY HILL 
1846. 

ALSO OF FANNY RELICT OF 

HENRY EDWARD HILL 
WHO DIED SEPT R 1 9™ 1 83 . 
AGED 34. 

North Chancel Aisle. 



IN MEMORY OF 
ANN ALLEN WHO 
DIED JULY Y E 2 D 1 744 
AGED 76 YEARS. 
ALSO SON & DAUGHTER OF 
THO s & ELIZABETH 
BARNS. 

North Porch. 



HERE LIETH THE 
BODY OF SUSANNAH 
WIFE OF RICHARD 
WRIGHT WHO 
DIED OCT R Y E 29 
1747 AGED 46 YEARS. 
ALSO FOUR CHILD N : 

ONE SON AND 
THREE DAUGHTERS. 

North forth. 



ALSO OF THE AI10YE 
WILLIAM PINCHARD 
WHO DIED JAN RV THE 3" I7S5 
AGED 57 YEARS. 

North Porch. 

40 



A. E. 

1612. 



North Porch. 



UNDERNEATH LIE THE REMAINS OF 

THE REV D HENRY GOOD, D.D. 
WHO DIED 2 nd JUNE 1800 AGED 75. 
HE WAS ONE OF THE MINISTERS 
OF THIS CHURCH NEARLY 37 YEARS. 

North Porch. 



E. H. 

1768. • 

North Porch. 



HERE LIES Y E BODIES OF 
JOHN WILLIS, JOHN 
HIS SON & MARY HIS WIFE 
HE DIED Y E IO TH FEB RY 1710 

AGED 29 YEARS, HIS SON 
DIED Y E 12 th JULY 1711 AGED 
5 YEARS, & HIS WIFE DIED Y E 3* 
MARCH 1740 AGED 66 Y RS . 



North Porch. 



HERE LYETH THE BODY OF JANE WAYTE WIFE OF ANTHONY 
WAYTE OF WIMBORNE MINSTER IN THE COVNTY OF DORSET 
SONNE OF THOMAS WAYTE OF WAYTES COVRT IN THE 
ISLE OF WIGHT, GENT. DECEASED WHO DYED THE 12 th OF OCT R 

1649 

AND THE SAID ANTHONY WAYTE IN HIS LIFETIME ERECTED 
THIS TOMBE IN MARCH 1 65 7 PVRPOSING IF GOD PARMIT, TO BE 
BURYED IN THE SAME TOMBE. 

South Chancel Aisle. 



WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
THE 2° AUG 1 A.D. 1 728. 

South Chancel Aisle. 



HERE LIES THE BODY 
OF RICH D RIDOUT 
WHO DIED OCT K Y E 31 s 
1748 
AGED 34 YEARS. 

41 



South Chancel Aisle. 

M 



UNDERNEATH THIS STONE 
LIETH THE BODY OF 
THOMAS COFFIN 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
1800 AGED 83 YEARS. 

South Chancel Aisle. 



CHRISTOPHER KING, GENT. 
DIED IN JANUARY I 762 
AGED 68 YEARS. 
ELIZABETH WIFE OF 
CHRISTOPHER KING, GENT. 
AND DAUGHTER OF RAWLIN RAVEN, GENT. 
DIED JULY 23, 1778 

AGED 77 YEARS. 
WILLIAM KING, GENT. 
SON OF CHRISTOPHER AND 
ELIZABETH KING 
DIED OCT R 29™ 1792 
AGED 58 YEARS. 

South Cliancel Aisle. 



TO THE MEMORY 
OF 

ROBERT RUSSELL OF KINGSTON LACY 
GENT. 

WHO DIED JAN Y Y E 25™ 1718 
AND ELIZABETH HIS WIFE DAUGHTER OF 
NICHOLAS HOOKES OF STOCKWELL IN 
THE COUNTY OF SURRY ESQ R . 
WHO DIED JAN V Y E 3 rd 
1735- 

THEY HAD ALIVE FIFTEEN SONS & DAUGHTERS 
TWELVE OF WHOM ARE HERE INTERRED. 
ELIZABETH DERBY 



MAY 1804 AGED 7 1 YEARS. 

Above are the Arms. — RUSSEIX : A lion rampant on a chief three escallops 
impaling II00KES : a chevron between three owls. 

South Chancel Aisle. 



HIC INTUS JACENT MORTALITATIS EXUVIE QUAS DEI'OSl'F.RE BEATI PARES GEORGIUS MULLEN'S 
DE BRADFORD GEN. ET MARIA UXOR EJUS CHARISSIMA QUI QUADRAG1NTA FT SEPTEM. 
ANNOS AM ANTISSIMO CONJUGIO UNA TRANSEGERANT CUM PIA UXORE ORBATUS 
EST VIR TRISTIS JUN : 23 AN DOM. 1 674 'ETAT SU/E 68 QUAM ET IPSE 
SECUTUS EST ULTIMO SPIR1TU BONAM ANIMAM IN CREATORIS 
SUI MANUS COM MEN DANS SEPTEMB. 19 AN. 
DOM. 1687 JETAT SU^E 8l. 

South Chancel Aisle. 

4= 



ELIZ 1H BULL 
DIED OCT R IO™ 1753 AGED 67. 
ALSO 

SANCTA MARIA HER DAUGHTER & 
WIFE OF MICHAEL HOOKEY WHO 
DIED OCT R 18™ 1800 AGED 84 YEARS. 
ALSO 
MICHAEL HOOKEY 
WHO DIED NOVEMBER THE . . 1806 
AGED 88 YEARS. 
ALSO 

REBECCA DAUGHTER OF THE ABOVE 
MICHAEL & SANCTA MARIA HOOKEY 
WHO DIED DEC R IO TH 1832 
AGED 75 YEARS. 

South Chancel Aisle. 



GEORGE DAY, GENT. 
DIED APRIL I 7 13. 
ELIZABETH WIFE OF GEORGE DAY 
DIED OCT. . . 17 . . 
AGED . . YEARS. 
SUSANNAH KING DAUGHTER OF 
CHRISTOPHER & ELIZABETH KING 
JANE KING DAUGHTER OF 
CHRISTOPHER AND ELIZABETH KING 
. . . 1764- 

( Covered by Organ.) 

South Chancel Aisle. 



h. s. E. 
MARIA GOLDNEY QU>E 

OBIJT JANUARII 
ANNO SALUTIS I 749 
;ETATIS SUiE 30 
R. I. P. 

South Porch. 



A. H. 

1798. 

South Porch. 



IN MEMORY OF 
MARY WIFE OF WILL M 
REEKES WHO DIED 
14 AUG. 1797 AGED . . YEARS. 
AND OF 
WILL 51 REEKES 
WHO DIED 23 OCT. 1805 
AGED 70 YEARS. 

South Porch. 

43 



ISAAC GULLIVER 
ESQ. 

North Aisle of Nave. 



HERE LYETH 
ELIZABETH WRIGHT 
AGED II MONTHS. 
ALSO 

JOHN WRIGHT WHO 
DEPARTED THIS LIFE Y E 
I st APRIL 1 7 19 IN Y E 28™ YEAR 
OF HIS AGE. DAUGHTER & 
SON OF RICHARD & SARAH 
WRIGHT. 

North Aisle of Nave. 



IN MEMORY OF 
ELIZABETH BUTT 
WHO DIED APRIL 22 nd 1761. 
ALSO M R JOHN WATERS, GENT. 
EDWARD BUTT, M.A. 
JANUARY THE .... 
ALSO 

MARGARET BUTT, WIDOW 
OF EDWARD BUTT, M.A. 
WHO DIED OCT K THE 6 T " 1S03 
AGED 77 YEARS. 
D.B. 

North Aisle of Nave. 



GRACE DRAKE W . . 
DIED THE . . NOV. 1 789 

AGED 7 . YEARS. 
AND WAS HERE BURIED 

NEAR THE REMAINS 
OF HER LATE HUSBAND 

BENJ N DRAKE 
WHO DIED IN THE YEAR 
17.6. 

North Aisle of Nave. 

■\4 



IN MEMORY OF 
THOMAS BRAFFETT 
WHO DIED 9 th JAN. 1779. 
ALSO OF 
MARY MILLER 
WHO DIED APRIL I 

ALSO OF Covered 
JOHN BRAFFE by steps. 



Near Pulpit. 



Copied May, 1889. Some four or five of these inscriptions are given 
in Hutchins' "History of Dorset," but not verbatim. — F. A. C. 



Thomson Family. 

April y e 17 th , 1674, bing goodfriday, about 8 th att Night, Henry 

Thomson, the sonne of Jo : Thomson and Elizabeth his wife, was 

borne, and on y e 26 th was Baptized. Jo : Thof3. 
Hellen Thomson, the daughter of Jo : Thomson & Elizabeth his Wife, 

was borne the 10 th of January, 167!-. 
Mary Thomson, y e Daughter of Jo : Thomson and Elizabeth his Wife, 

was borne y° 4 th of June, 1657, Thursday. 
Eliza : Thomson, the Daughter of Jo : Thomson and Eliza : his Wife, was 

borne y e 2 d of December, in y e yeare of our Lord, 1658, Thursday. 
Charles Thomson, y e sune of Jo : Thomson & Eliza : his Wife, was borne 

the 20 th of December, in y e yeare of our Lord, 1660, being 

Thursday, all three on thursdays. 
Anne Thomson, the Daughter of Jo : Thomson and Elizabeth Evens 

his Wife, was borne the 3 d thierd day of October, in y e yeare of our 

Lord, 1663, being saterday. 
Jo : Thomson, the sonne of Jo : Thomson & Elizabeth Evens, his wife, 

was borne the 15 th day of December, being ffriday, in y e yeare of 

o r Lord, 1665, and baptized y e 18 th , being munday (and on the 6 tb 

of August, 1685, being thursday, hee departed y 8 Life. 
Briget Barbarah Thomson, y e Daughter of Jo : Thomson & Elizabeth 

Euens his wife, was borne the 16 th of ffebruary, being Tuesday, in 

y e yeare of our Lord, 1668/9. 
June y e 16 th , 167 1, being friday, ffrancis Thomson, y e soone of j 

Jo : Thomson and Eliza : his wife, was borne, and on y e 22 th J> 167 1 

was Baptized. ) 

Thomas Gale was borne y e 10 th , Baptized y e 17 th of Aprill, 1654. 
Frederick William Fiddian, Born April 21 st , 1810. Birmingham. 

The above entries are from a volume containing Common Prayer, _ 
Bible, &*c, dated 1584. On the page immediately preceding 
the above, are the following entries : "Thomas Yeate o' the this 
bocke, witues Thomas JenewayP "Jo : Thomson." — F. A. C. 



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South Family. 



Robert South, Prebendary of the Collegiate Church of S l Peter in 
Westminster, and D r in Divinity. Will dated Mar. 30, 17 14 ; I st and 2 nd 
Codicil dated 2 June, 17 14; 3 rd Codicil undated. Proved 24 July, 17 16, 
by Margaret Hammond, Exix. To Robert South, gent., my nephew by 
the half-blood, all my messuages, lands and tenements, descended to me 
from my father, situate at Whittley, commonly called the Hamlet of 
Whittly, in the parish of S' Giles', Reading, Berks, he to pay ^300 each 
to his sisters, M rs Elizabeth Kirkland and M ra Rachel Parti idge (my 
neices by the half-blood), and also ^300 to M rs Rachel Taylor, only 
daughter of M rs Jane Taylour (one of my neices by the half-blood, and , 
sister of the said Robert), and also to pay to M s Elizabeth Morris, 
,£300, and M" Elizabeth Terry, ^100, now, or late, in Antegua, and 
both of them daughters or grand-daughters to M rs Joan Hall, deceased 
(one of my sisters by the half-blood), or to their children, in case their 
mothers are not living. To M' 8 Margaret Hammond, my housekeeper, 
relict of M r Ed\v d Hammond, clerk, deceased, all my messuages, &c, in 
Holyday Yard, London, which I hold by lease from the Dean and 
Chapter of S 4, Paul's, she before her death to settle the same to some 
charitable use. I also give her my lands and tenements at Cavesham, 
ats Caversham, co. Oxon, and my Copyhold estate in the Manor of 
Cantlers, ats Cantlow, in Kentish Town, co. Middlesex, which at her 
death, are to go to the Dean and Chapter of Christ Church, Oxford, 
they out of the rents and profits of the two estates to pay ^10 yearly to 
each of the Vicars or Curates (for the time being), of the following 
parishes, viz : — South Stoke, cum Capellis, and Norton Brayn, ats Brize 
Norton, co. Oxon ; East Garston, co. Berks ; Nethersell, co. Gloucester ; 
Ardlington, co. Berks ; Cherleton, co. Wilts ; Little Compton, co. Oxon ; 
Drayton, South Littleton, and Offenham, co. Worcester ; Stratton 
Audley, and Dorchester, co. Oxon. Should any of the Vicars, Curates, 
&c, of the aforesaid parishes be convicted of anything grossly immoral, 
as whoredom, fornication, drunkenness, or common swearing, or 
anything scandalous, or against the Act of Uniformity, as preaching in, 
or going to any Conventicle or Meeting of Dissenters from the Church 
of England, then the said stipend shall not be paid to such Vicar, 
Curate, &c. The overplus of the rents of the aforesaid estates, after 
payment of the said stipends to be applied by the said Dean and 
Chapter to the use of six poor scholars, all of them of Christ Church, 
Oxon, but bred up in Westminster School, and then if anything remains 
of the said overplus, it to be applied towards the finishing of the new 
buildings in Christ Church and College, Oxford. I have at my sole 
charge erected a school at Islip, co. Oxon, and have vested the same in 
the Dean and Chapter of S' Peter's, Westminster, and I give them ^500 
to purchase the perpetual Advowson of a good living for one of the 
students of that College. To the Dean and Chapter of S 1 Asaph, ,£~ioo 
in trust, to apprentice poor youths of Llanchaiadar, in Mocknant. To 
the Universityof Oxford, £,\oo for the purchase of books for the public- 
Library there. To 20 poor ejected clergy, ^200, in sums of ^10 ; and 
the like sum of ^200 among 40 poor ministers' widows. To the Grey 
Coat Hospital, in Tuthill Fields, Westminster, £\oo. To 50 poor 
housekeepers of Westminster, ,£100 amongst them. To the poor of 

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Cavesham, als Caversham, co. Oxon, where I have dwelt for many years 
last past, ;£io. To the poor of Islip, ^5. To the poor of Hackney, 
co. Middlesex, where I was born and baptized, £5. Bequests to 
servants. All my plate, jewels, household stuff, books, and all residue 
of my estate, to my housekeeper, M rs Margaret Hammond, sole 
Extrix. Robert South. Witnesses : James Eales, Richard Nurse, John 
Walworth. 

i st Codicil (2 June, 17 14.) A judgment was obtained by M r W ra 
Vernon, of Westminster, gent., against Dame Frances Atkins, widow, 
deceased, for £970, and I give the monies due to me upon that 
Judgment to my Extrix, she to pay ^500 to the Dean and Chapter of 
Christ Church, Oxford, towards the buildings of that Church and 
College. On the 7 th April, 17 14, I purchased of one, Henry Clements, 
bookseller, in S* Paul's Churchyard, 3 vols, of "D r Robert South's 
Sermons," each containing 12 sermons, for ^107 10s., for that (real or 
pretended) right to the said volumes, he having bought them (as he 
said), of one Sir Thomas Gery, knight, and Dame Elizabeth, his wife, 
widow of Thomas Bennett, bookseller, her first husband, the said 
Bennett having formerly pleaded a right to the same by purchase from 
D r Robert South, the author of them (which "he, the said D r Robert 
South, very much questions ") ; I give the said volumes to my Extrix to 
dispose of as she will. To the Hon. William Bromely, Esq., Secretary 
of State, D r Francis Gastrell, Bishop of Chester, D r John Hammond, 
and D r W m Stratford, both Canons of Christ Church, Oxon, each five 
broad Carolus pieces of gold for rings. Witnesses : James Eales, John 
Walworth, Richard Jones. 

2 nd Codicil, (same date as i st ). To M r Robert South, of Northampton, 
Attorney (son of my half-brother, M r James South, deceased), my 
father's picture, by Vanzoesh, in my lodgings at Christ Church, and two 
gold rings with my father's arms upon them, and to his eldest sister, M" 
Elizabeth Kirkland, my wrought bed (the work of my own dear sister 
Elizabeth, long since deceased), with some other things ; also to his 2 nd 
sister, Rachel Partridge, a silver tankard, silver cups, linen, &c, and to 
Jane Taylour (only daughter of his 3 rd sister, Jane Taylour, deceased), 
my pearl cabinet,' linen, &c. To M rs Elizabeth M orris, of Antegua, in 
the West Indies, wife to Capt. Valentine Morris, and grand-daughter to 
my sister by the half-blood), M ra Joan Hall, articles of silver, &c. To my 
near kinswoman and cousin german, by the mother's side, Dame Phebe 
Hardres, of Kent, her grandfather and grandmother Berry's pictures, 
one of her uncle, Capt. John Berry, and one of M r Jeffery Berry, in his 
minority, also a gold seal with her grandfather's arms on it. Witnesses 
as in i st Codicil. 

3 rd Codicil (undated and unattested), confirms the Will and aforesaid 
two Codicils, and is verified by the affiidavit of Jonah Bowyer, of 
S 1 Gregory's, London, bookseller, 24 July, 17 16. 

P.C.C. (1 Fox.) 



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Trollope Family. 



To all and Singular to whom these Presents shall come Sir George 
Nayler Knight Garter Principal King of Arms sendeth Greeting. 
Whereas His Majesty in consideration of the great Merit, Prudence, 
Virtue, Generosity Valour and Loyalty of Sir Henry Trollope, Knight 
Commander of the Most Honourable Military Order of the Bath 
Admiral of the Red Squadron of His Majestys Fleet hath been 
graciously pleased to constitute him to be a Knight Grand Cross of the 
said Most Honourable Military Order of the Bath. And Whereas by a 
Statute of the said Order it is decreed that the Knights Companions for 
their greater distinction and honour shall upon all occasions bear and 
use Supporters to their Arms and that Garter Principal King of Arms 
for the time being shall grant Supporters to such Companions as may 
not be entitled thereto by Virtue of their Peerage. And His late 
Majesty King George the Third having been graciously pleased to 
ordain that the Knights Grand Crosses shall hold and enjoy all and 
Singular the Rights Privileges Immunities and Advantages which the 
Knights Companions of the said Order have heretofore held and enjoyed 
by Virtue of the Statutes thereof. Know Ye therefore that I the said 
Garter pursuant to the said Decree and Ordinance have granted and do 
by these Presents grant and assign unto the said Sir Henry Trollope 
Knight Grand Cross of the Most Honourable Military Order of the 
Bath the Supporters following that is to say On the Uexter Side A Lion 
proper gorged with a Naval Crown Or. pendent therefrom by a ribband 
Argent fimbriated Azure a representation of the Gold Medal presented 
to the said Sir Henry Trollope for his Services at the Memorable Battle 
off Camperdown in the Year 1797 supporting a Flag Staff therefrom 
flowing to the dexter a Banner Azure inscribed Glatton in letters of 
Gold And on the Sinister Side A Stag proper attired Or. gorged with 
the like Crown and Medal as the dexter and supporting a Flag Staff 
therefrom flowing to the Sinister a Banner azure inscribed Russell in 
letters of Gold as the same are in the Margin hereof more plainly 
depicted to be borne and used by the said Sir Henry Trollope according 
to the tenor of the aforesaid Statute and Ordinance. And I do hereby 
Certify that pursuant to the Directions of the Most Noble Bernard 
Edward Duke of Norfolk Earl Marshal and Hereditary Marshal of 
England One of His Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council that 
I have caused this Grant to be registered in the College of Arms. In 
witness whereof I the said Garter Principal King of Arms have to these 
Presents subscribed my Name and affixed the Seal of my Office this 
twenty-ninth day of September in the Second Year of the Reign of Our 
Sovereign Lord William the Fourth by the Grace of God of the United 
Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland King Defender of the Faith, &c. 
and in the Year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty-one. 

George Nayler, Garter Principal King of Arms. 

From the original Grant in my possession, endorsed : "Recorded in 
the College of Arms, London, this fourteenth day of October, 
1 83 1. Chas. Geo. Young, York Herald cr* Register. — F. A. C. 

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Browne Family. 

Died 7 Sept. 1833, at Windsor Terrace, Clifton, M rs Hannah .... in 
her 88 year. 

30 Dec r 1833, Rev. Davied Philips .... Lakenham, Aged 82. 
3 Janv 1834, Rev d R d Clarke, died at 

M r John Davisson Died (being killed by falling from the Stern Stage of 
a Ship in M r Barnard's Yard at Deptford) 27 Feb v 1790, aged 39 
years. 

"A Soul prepar'd by Grace divine 
" Can triumph o'er the Grave, 
"And sweetly rest in Jesus' Arms, 
"For He hath power to save." 

James Morgan the Author. 

Also 

M rs Hannah Davisson (late Wife of the above M r John Davisson), 
departed this life June 23 d , 1800, Aged 54 years. 

They were both buried in the New Churchyard, St. Paul's, 
Deptford, on the right hand of the Great Path leading from Butt 
Lane to the Church. 
Rev d John Olding died 7 October, 1785, Aged 64 y rs , 31 years Minister 
of the Independent Meeting, Butt Lane (now called High Street), 
Deptford. He was succeeded by the Rev d John Theodore Barker, 
who died 3 April, 1833, Aged 73, & after having been 47 years in 
the Ministry in that Place. 

IN MEMORY OF 
ELIZABETH THE WIFE OF 
M R ROBERT BAYFIELD 
OF ANTINGHAM 
AND DAUGHTER OF THE LATE 
M R SAMUEL RISEBROW 
SURGEON 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
OCTOBER II th 1790 
AGED 68 YEARS. 
ALSO MARY STRANSHAM 
WIDOW OF 
LIEUT. COL N STRANSHAM, R.M. 
AND GRAND-DAUGHTER OF THE ABOVE 
WHO DIED FEB. 8™ 1840 
AGED 69 YEARS. 

James Browne born the fifth of March, 1781, in Russel Street, in the 
Parish of St Mary, Rotherhithe, in the County of Surry. Registred 
in the Parish Church. 

Eliza, the wife of James Browne, & daughter of Richard & Susan 
Gedge, was born in the Parish of Honing, in the County of 
Norfolk, the 23 rd of September, 1796, registred in the Parish 
Church. 



VERSE ON 
HIS HEAD 
STONE 



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Sarah, the Daughter of James and Eliza Browne, was born on Good- 
friday, 20 th April, 1821, a quarter before Eleven oClock in the 
forenoon. Baptized at North Walsham meeting. Registred in the 
Church Book & in D r Williams' Library in Red Cross Street, 
London. N 

John, the Son of the above James & Eliza Browne, was born on 
Thursday morning the Sixth of February, 1823, at a quarter past 
two oClock in the same house as Sarah was born in, situated in 
the Hall Lane, or rather in the Dog yard in North Walsham, 
in Norfolk. 

Memorandum — James Browne married to Eliza, the Daughter of Rich d 
& Susan Gedge, of the Parish of Honing, in the County of Norfolk, 
on Monday, 27 th of March, 1820, at North Walsham Church, by 
the Rev d W m Farley Wilkinson, the Vicar of the Parish. 

Mary Adams, the daughter of the above James & Eliza Browne, was 
born on Thursday the seventeenth of June, 1824, at 3 oClock in 
the morning, & Baptized the following day. Registred in Bradfield 
Church Book. 

M r John Boyce, my Grandfather, died 17 July, 1812, Aged 87 years. 
M rs Elizabeth Boyce, my Grandmother, died 25 th July, 1812, Aged 
85 years. 

Thomas Boyce (son of the above, & my maternal Uncle), died 25 th 

March, 1797, Aged 28 years. 
Grace Swinscow, my Father's only remaining sister, Died Ninth of June, 

1825, in her 86 ,h Year. Born 17 Nov r , 1739. 
James Browne, my Second son, born at N. Walsham, in Norfolk, 

24 Dec r , 1825. Baptized 31 of the same month. Registred in 

Bradfield Meeting Book. N.B. Born 3 oClock in the Afternoon. 
Mary Adams, my beloved Sister, died at my sister Parker's, 16 January, 

1827, just before 2 in the morning, Aged 42 years & 7 months. 

Buried under Rotherhithe Church. 
My Beloved Father, George Browne, smitten with a parylytic stroke 

26 of June, & died 20 July, 1827, Aged 79 years, 11 months, 

9 days. Buried under Rotherhithe Church 26 th . 
My Third Son, George Browne, was born at North Walsham in Norfolk, 

the Twelfth of September, 1828, at a quarter before eight in the 

Morning. 

Rev d Edward Trivett died 23 June, 1792, aged 80, & 52 years minister 

of the Baptist Church at Worstead, Norfolk. 
His son, Zenas Trivett, died at North Walsham, 27 Sept r , 1831. Born 

12 April, 1753, Consequently aged 78. 
His Widow (late Sunstead), the daughter of the late Rev d John Brown, 

of Yarmouth, born 16 October, 1761, Died 19 June, 1846. 
M* James Goodeiham Drowned 2*' of July, 1829, aged 62. 
Deborah Topps, died 2 U Dec r , 1834, Aged 75 years, 2 mo s . 
Ann Geear died 22 Janv, 1835. 
Leonard Topps died 9 Nov r , 1829, Aged 76^ years. 
Charles Dennis born 21 Jan*, 1762. 
John Dade Born 17 Feb>', 1 761. 
M r Richard Gedge born at Oulton, 30 August, 1766. 
M" Gedge, late Youngman, born at Erpingham, 3 March, 1769. 
Ann Mayer died 3 January, 1845. shrovb tlesdav 

Robert Reymes died March 5 th , 1754, Aged 75 y rs . 



Sarah, his Wife, died 25 March, 1763, aged 70 years. 
John Reymes died 13 August, 1794, Aged 80 years. 
Alice Reymes died 2 d April, 1795, Aged 67 years. 

The ancestors of M rs Barnard, of Sudbury, & are all buried in front 
of the Old Meeting at Norwich. 

Alice Reymes born 9 th December, 1750, Married 9 June, 1789, to 
M r J no Barnard, by whom she had one son named Joseph, who 
was born 2 April, 1790, and died 30 August, 1798. 

By her first husband she had one son, John Reymes Dawson, who died 
at Danbury, in Essex, at the Wyde Farm, on the 3 December, 
1793, having come of age on the 20 th of May preceding — con- 
sequently born 1772. 

He left one son, M r Reymes Dawson, now married & residing at 
Chelmsford, in 1840. 

M r John Barnard died at Sudbury, 1812. 

M rs Alice Barnard died 21 st Dec r , 1840, Aged 90 years. 

M r John Theobald, died 2 d Feb^, 1831, 4 in Morns. 

Rev d Ed. Davies died at Ipswich, October, 1834, in 79 year, & 37 
y rs in the Ministry. 

Rev d James Freeman Beard died at Scarborough, 10 Nov r , in 75 year. 

Sarah Morgan (late Miller) died 29 Aug. 1808, aged 60 y rs , 

Mary Morgan (late widow Chapman), died 23 Oct r , 1822, Aged 74. 

James Morgan, the husband of Sarah and Mary, died 7 th February, 
1826, aged 78, & are all buried in Rotherhithe Church Yard. 

Sarah Trotter died 1 August, 1809, Aged 75 years. 

William Trotter died 19 Nov f , 1809, Aged 77 years. 

She was buried at S* Nicholas', Deptford, and he at Lewisham 
Church, where his Grandfather was Rector or Vicar. 1 

Rev d Isaac Sloper, pastor of the Independent Church at Beccles, in 
Suffolk, for 30 years, died 23 d Nov r , 1835, in the 57 th year of 
his age. 

M rs Cordelia Townsend, the relict of my ever dear & beloved Pastor, 
the Rev d John Townsend, of Jamaica Row, Bermondsey, died 29 th 
of November, 1835, in the 82 d year of her age. 

Miss Hackett died suddenly at Bermondsey, 6 Sept'', 1844. Daughter 
of late Rev d Sam 1 Hackett. 

M r John Dade born 17 Febv, 1762. 

The above entries are from a Bible, dated 1630, formerly in the 
possession of the late Rev. John Browne, B.A., Author of 
"Congregationalism in Norfolk 6° Suffolk;" and now belonging 
to his daughter, Miss Browne, of Wrentham, Suffolk. — F. A. C. 



1 On page 51 of "Inscriptions in the Church & Churchyard of St. Mary's, 
Lewisham," edited by H. C. Kirby and L. L. Duncan, are given the two following 
inscriptions. On a tablet on south wall of Church : "Near this place lies the 
body of the Rev. Edward Trotter, the fifth Vicar of this Parish after the Reformation 
who died 6 Sept. 1677 aged 74 years. Also Capt. John Trotter son of the above 
Rev. Edward Trotter who died 12 Nov. 1747 aged 72 years. Also William, son of 
the above Capt. John Trotter who died 19 Nov. 1809 aged 77 years." On a fiat 
stone immediately under the above : " Here lieth interrd the body of Captain John 
Trotter who departed this life November the 12th 1747 aged 72 years." 

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Sp ex hall, Suffolk. 



REGISTER EXTRACTS. 

1537. Anthony Raleton, the sonne of John, bapt. 1 Feb. 

1538. W m Crosse and Julian Downynge, married 7 Sep. 

1545. Anne, daughter of John Garnyshe, gent., bapt. 13 May. 

1546. Nicholas Garnyshe, the son of John Garnyshe, gent., bapt. 22 July. 
1 55 1. Edward, son Robert Bacon, gent., bapt. 1 Oct. 

1553. Oct. 20, Christian Longe, daughter of Robert Longe, bapt. 
20 Oct. 

1555. Alice Longe, daughter of Rob 1 Longe, bapt. 23 May. 
1558. May 23, John Longe, son of Robert Longe, was bapt. 23 May. 
1561. Geo. Downynge & Elizabeth Denny, 27 Oct. 
1565. Geo. Scarlett, son of James Scarlett, bapt. 22 Feb. 

1579. Richard Browne, son of John Browne, bapt. 13 Augt. 

1580. Edmond Browne, son of John Browne, gent, born 25 Nov. 

bapt. 7 Dec. 

1581. Margarett Browne, daughter of John Browne, gent., & Silvester, 

his wife, bapt 15 Feb. 
1583. Sara Browne, the daughter of John Browne, gent., & Silvester, 

his wife, bapt. 29 Aug. 
1585. George Browne, son of John Browne, bapt. 26 Sept. 

1591. John Browne, the elder, gent., but 4 18 Aug. 

1593. Silvester Browne, widow, late wife of John Browne, gent., bur d 

8 May. 

1594. Thomas Downynge, son of W m Downynge, born Jan. 1. 

1596. Mary Downynge, daughter of Will 1 " Downynge, & Mary his wife, 
born 1 March, 1596, &: bapt. 13 M ch next following. 

1598. Geo. Downynge, son of Will" 1 Downynge, was born 3 day of 
March, bapt. 15. 

1592. William Downynge & Mary Browne, single folks, married 

24 July. 

1601. Joane Downinge, daughter of William Downinge, bur* 1 31 Dec. 
1601. Mary, wife of Will 1 ™ Downinge, bur* 1 2 Jan. 

1605. 25 April, bapt. Anne Downinge, daughter of William Downinge, 

bapt. 

1606. 13 Nov: Symon Downinge, son of Will 1 " Downinge & Anne his 

wife, bapt. 

1606. Anne Browne, single woman, was bur* 1 18 Jan. 

1608. ffrancys Downynge, son of W m Downynge & Anne his wife, born 

22 March, 1607, bapt. 21 April, 1608. 

1609. Anne Downynge, wife of Will 1 " Downynge, bur* 1 16 Dec. 

1625. George Downinge, son of Thomas Downinge, & Alice his wife, 

born 23 Sept. 1625, bapt. 13 Oct. 
1627. William Downing, the son of Thomas Downing & Alice his wife, 

bapt. 14 May. 

1632. Margaret, daughter of Nicholas Dowsinge & Grace his wife, bapt. 
1 Feb. 

1632. Rk-h d Spatchett & Alice Downinge, widow, — March, married. 
1635. Nicholas Dowsinge, son of Nicholas & Grace, bapt. 13 Nov. 
1639. Joseph Browne & Ann Cropp, married 16 Oct. 



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William Downinge & Sara Bassett 28 Dec. by dispensation. 
Edward Longe & Anne Rayner, married 24 Sept. 
John Dousing, the son of Nicholas Dowsing & Grace, bapt. 
9 June. 

Simon Dowing, gent., bur d 6 Sept. 

Sara Downing, wife to Will m Downing, gent., Dec. 30. 

M r George Downing buried July 15, 1655. 

W m Downing was buried the 24 March, aged 94. 

John Dowsing, the son of John Dowsing & Eliz. his wife, bapt. 

March 23, 1681. 
Mary Dowsin the daughter of John Dowsin & Elizabeth his wife 

was baptized the 28 th of November 1683. 
Elizabeth, ye daughter of John Dowsin, bapt. Aprill 5. 

Extracted by the Rev. James Garthwaite, Rector of Spexhall, 
1890. — F. A. C. 



South Family. 

Cavesham, 29 Aug ; 86. 
My Noble Lord, • 

I should be very unworthy, if I should not with as much gratitude 
own y e Favors designed, as y e Favors done me by your Ldp; being 
equally your Ldps ever obliged Debtor for Both. 

Your Ldp with y e whole world is now a Witnesse of y e Alienation of 
y e Kings favor from me. The Cause of which, y e Bp of Duresme, having 
sent for me about y e beginning of this moneth, told me, was a Letter 
said to have bin Wrote by me not long since to D r Bathurst y e Dean of 
Wells & since by his Brother S r Benja: Bathurst putt into y e Kings 
hands, in which I had reflected upon m r Walker of Oxon; though no 
particular was alleaged by his Ldp of any such Reflexion. This, my 
Lord, is my whole Charge. 

In answer to which I then assured his Ldp, & doe now assure your 
Hon 1 by all that is True & Sacred, yt at y e Time of this Charge, I had 
not for 3 or 4 years last past so much as wrote to D r Bathurst at all. 
And I have, since that, received a L r from Him, in answer to one wrote 
by me to Him upon this occasion (which L r I keep by me ready to be 
produced) in which he positively & Solemnly ownes & avowes y e same. 

And thus (my Lord) stands my Case. I am cast off & slurr'd in y e 
face of y e whole Kingdome for a Letter. A Letter that was never 
Wrote, never Received, & so, no wonder, if never Produced. If it can 
I will forfeit my neck to y e Gallowes. And y e King himself upon y e 
Report of my absolute denyall of it was so Gracious as to promise y e Bp 
of Duresme yt he would enquire further into it & yt my Accusers should 
either prove w* they had said true or y m selves Lyars. The former, as I 
am sure, can never be done, & y e latter I canot yet hear declared. 

And therefore (my good Lord J since neither y e Kings former good 
Opinion & large Testimony of me Confirmed by that worthy Character 
given me by your Hon 1 ', & indeed by all y e great ministers, have prevailed 
anything for me ag st this pittifull malicious Whisper. I have but this 
one humble Request now to make to your Ldp, viz: That if your Ldp 
reteines any Kindnes for me as an old Servant of your family, & one 

53 p 



1639. 
1640. 
1641. 

1641. 
1649. 

1655- 
1657. 
1681. 

1683. 

1685. 



whom your Noble father had a greater Kindnesse for than his misfortunes 
suffered him to show, your Hon r would so farr Concern your self for me, 
as to search into y e Bottome of this Businesse, & to find out by whom 
& for what I stand accused to y e King; & when your Ldp has informed 
yourself, y' your Hon r would Vouchsafe allso to inform me. Not y l I 
have any thoughts of Creating y e least Trouble to any one upon this 
Account, but y t I may learn from hence both how to govern & secure 
my self for y e Future. What your Ldp shall doe for me in this matter I 
shall own as an obligation upon me to my dying Day. 

Time, I doubt not, will doe that for me that I caiiot do for my self, 
& every day more & more Convince your Hon r of y e sincere mind 
of (my Lord) 



Your Hon" most faith- 
full humble & obliged 




For y e Right Honourable 

Lawrence Earl of Rochester 

Lord High Treasurer of 

England, & one of y e Lords 
of his majestyes Privy 
Councill &c. 

These 

White: hall. most humbly. 

From the original Letter in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Examples of Armorial Book-plates. 

No. i. 

THE RIGHT HON DLF BRIDGIT COUNTESS DOWAGER 
OF PLYMOUTH. 



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Lamotte Family. 



WILL of John Lagier Lamotte, of Thorngrove, co. Worcester, Esq 1 "., 
dated 22 April 181 1; Codicil 26 September 181 1; proved 10 Feb. 181 2. 
To my wife Mary Lamotte ^1000 and all my household goods &c. To 
my son-in-law Charles Abbott, of the Inner Temple, London, Esq r ., 
barrister-at-law, Herbert Brace, of the Middle Temple, London, Esq r ., 
and my son Henry John Lamotte, of Hendon, co. Middlesex, Esq r ., 
Exdrs and Trustees, i£ioo each. To my sister, Mrs. Louisa Duboulay, 
widow, ^100, and to her daughter Lucy, ^50. Residue on trust. My 
four sons, Henry John, Lewis, James and George. My daughter Mary, 
wife of Charles Abbott. My daughter Louisa Catherine, wife of Francis 
Robert Holdsworth. My daughters, Mary Louisa, Louisa Catherine, and 
Martha. 

From the Probate of his Will in my possession. — F. A. C. 



INDENTURE made 30 May 181 2 between George Francis Lamotte, 
of London, Merchant, one of the sons and a legatee named in the will 
of John Lagier Lamotte, formerly of Thorngrove, co. Worcester, but late 
of Brighthelmstone, Sussex, deceased, and Elizabeth his wife, late 
Elizabeth Grimshaw, spinster, of the one part, and William Kershaw, 
of Halifax, co. York, merchant, and John Grimshaw, of Bolton-in-the- 
Moors, co. Lancaster, merchant, of the other part. Reciting an Indenture 
dated 30 September 1806, made between George Francis Lamotte, of the 
first part, the said Elizabeth Grimshaw, his wife, of Halifax, spinster, of 
the second part, and the said AVilliam Kershaw and John Grimshaw, of 
the third part, being a settlement on the marriage of George Francis 
Lamotte and Elizabeth Grimshaw his wife; shortly after which date the 
marriage took place, there being issue two children, Elizabeth and Frances. 
The said John Lagier Lamotte, by his will dated 22 April 181 x, be- 
queathed all his estate to the use of his son-in-law, Charles Abbott, of the 
Inner Temple, London, Esq r ., barrister-at-law, Herbert Brace, of the 
Middle Temple, London, Esq r ., and his son Henry John Lamotte, of 
Hendon, co. Middlesex, Esq r ., in trust. His wife Mary Lamotte to be 
paid the interest &c. for her life &c. In order to make certain provision 
for his wife and children, the said George Francis Lamotte assigns to 
William Kershaw and John Grimshaw an eighth part of his share of 
annuity to which he is entitled under the will of his late father &c. 
On the fold of the document is the signature of George F. Lamotte. 

From the Marriage Settlement in my possession. — F. A. C. 



WILL of Mary Lamotte, of Brighthelmstone, Sussex, widow, dated 
24 Feb. 1818, with Codicil of the same date; proved 7 May 1825. To 
my daughter Mary Abbott, my diamond ring containing my late husband's 
hair, silver mug marked with the letters M. L., a large silver cross and 
silver lamp. To my son Henry Lamotte, my late husband's gold repeater. 
To my daughter Martha Lamotte, silver teapot &c. To my daughter 
Lucy Lamotte, books and wearing apparel &c, also to her my late 
husband's profile done at Cheltenham, and my late son James' picture. 
Residue to my daughter Lucy. My son George Lamotte, and my 
daughter Lucy Lamotte, executor and executrix. The Codicil directs 

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that the articles of plate given to her daughter Martha should be held 
for life only, and after her death, revert to her daughter-in-law Mrs. 
James Lamotte. Her nephew John Abbott, Esq., son of the Chief 
Justice, to be executor, to act with her daughter Lucy, in consequence 
of the death of her son George. 

From the Probate of her Will in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Marlowe Family. 

To all and Singular to whom these Presents shall come Thomas 
Browne Esquire Garter Principal King of Arms and Ralph Bigland 
Esquire Clarenceux King of Arms of the South East and West Parts of 
England from the River Trent Southwards send Greeting Whereas his 
Majesty by Warrant under his Royal Signet and Sign Manual bearing 
date the twenty sixth Day of March 1776 signified unto the Right 
Honorable Richard Earl of Scarbrough Deputy with the Royal 
Approbation to the Most Noble Edward Duke of Norfolk, Earl Marshal 
and hereditary Marshal of England that he had been graciously pleased 
to give and grant unto Marlowe Sidney Crow of the Parish of S' Benet 
Grace-church Street in the City of London Merchant his Royal Licence 
and Authority that he and his Issue, out of Respect and Affection to his 
honored Relation Mary Marlowe of Leominster in the County of 
Hereford Spinster, may take and use the Surname of Marlowe instead of 
that of Crow and bear the Arms of Marlowe such Arms being first duly 
exemplified according to the Laws of Arms and recorded in the Heralds 
Office And his Lordship having by Warrant under his Hand and Seal 
bearing date the sixth day of April, instant, authorized and directed Us 
to exemplify and assign such Arms accordingly Know Ye therefore that 
We the said Garter and Clarenceux in Obedience to his Majesty's 
Command in pursuance of his Lordship's Warrant and by Virtue of the 
Letters Patent of our several Offices to each of Us respectively granted 
under the Great Seal of Great Britain do by these Presents exemplify 
and assign to the said Marlowe Sidney Crow now Marlowe Sidney 
Marlowe the Arms of Marlowe Viz: Quarterly Erminois and Azure three 
Bendlets Gules And for the Crest out of a Mural Crown Argent an 
Eagles Head quarterly as the Arms, in the Beak a Leg of a Partridge 
proper as the same are in the Margin hereof more plainly depicted to be 
borne and used for ever hereafter by him the said Marlowe Sidney 
Marlowe and his Issue pursuant to the Tenor of his Majesty's said Sign 
Manual with their due and proper Differences according to the Laws of 
Arms without the Let or Interruption of any Person or Persons whatsoever 
In Witness whereof We the said Garter and Clarenceux Kings of Arms 
have to these Presents subscribed our Names and affixed the Seals of 
our several Offices this thirteenth day of April in the sixteenth Year of 
the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Third by the Grace of God 
King of Great Britain France and Ireland Defender of the Faith &c: 
and in the Year of our Lord One thousand seven hundred and seventy six. 

Tho* Browne, Ralph Bigland, 

Garter Principal King of Arms. Clarenceux King of Arms. 

From the original Grant in my possession. — F. A. C. 
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Walton, Suffolk. 



<?« a Brass in the Nave. 



IN MEMORY OF 
JANE DAUGHTER OF 
RICHARD AND 
BARBARA MORGAN 
OF MELYN CRYTHAN 
GLAMORGANSHIRE 
SOUTH WALES 
WHO DIED 
THE 5™ OF AUGUST 1 795 
AGED 12 YEARS. 

Tablet on North wall of Chancel. 



TO THE BELOVED MEMORY 
OF STEPHEN CHARLES 
HOPE ESQ R JUSTICE OF THE 
PEACE FOR THE COUNTY OF 
ESSEX, OF HAVERING GRANGE 
IN THAT COUNTY AND WALTON, 
SUFFOLK. BORN AUG. 1 5™ 1807 
DIED FEB. 6 th 1871. 

Above are the Arms. — Azure on a chevron or, between three bezants, a laurel leaf 
slipped vert. 

Crest. — A broken globe surmounted by a rainbow, with clouds at either end, all ppr. 
Motto. — At spes non fracta. 

A Brass in North wall of Chancel. 



TO THE MEMORY OF 
CHARLOTTE CARTWRIGHT 
RELICT OF 
THE LATE RICHARD CARTWRIGHT ESQ RE 
OF SHIREHAMPTON, GLOUCESTERSHIRE, 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE DECEMBER 12 th 1 86 1 
AGED 8l YEARS. 



Tablet on North wall of Chancel. 
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SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
WILLIAM LYNCH ESQUIRE 
WHO DIED AUGUST 23 rd 1852 
AGED 78 YEARS. 
HE WAS FOR MANY YEARS A RESIDENT 

IN THIS PARISH 
AND WAS THE LAST SURVIVING MEMBER 
OF THE FAMILY OF THAT NAME 
IN THIS COUNTY. 

Arms above. — Sable, three lynxes rampant argent. 
Crest. — A lynx passant proper. A/otto. — Virtus periculum spurnit. 

Tablet on South wall of Chancel. 



IN MEMORY 
OF 

MARY RELICT OF 
WILLIAM LYNCH ESQ. 
WHO DIED 24 AUGUST 
1819. 
AGED 73 YEARS. 

Tablet on South wall of Chancel. 



In the floor adjoining the North wall lies a Purbeck Slab, on which 
is a small square of brass, upon which is engraved the figure of a boy 
kneeling on a cushion ; above the figure : Born i6or, Dyed 16 12. Below 
is a copy of verses in an italic hand, now illegible, the initials forming 
an acrostic : — william simond. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
CAPTAIN J. C. BYNON, R.N. 
WHO WAS FOR SOME YEARS A RESIDENT 

AT CAMPSEY ASHE IN THIS COUNTY 
BUT DIED IN LONDON VERY SUDDENLY 
JANUARY 21 st 1865. 
THIS TABLET IS ERECTED IN REMEMBRANCE OF 
AN AFFECTIONATE BROTHER 
BY HIS MUCH ATTACHED SISTER. 



Tablet on North wall of Nave. 

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TO THE BELOVED MEMORY OF 
WILLIAM BOBY 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE GREATLY REGRETTED 
MARCH 29™ 1865 AGED 73 YEARS. 
AFTER A RESIDENCE OF 45 YEARS IN THIS PARISH 
THE EAST WINDOW OF THIS CHURCH AND THIS TABLET 
ARE ERECTED AS MEMORIALS 
OF HIS LONG LIFE OF USEFULNESS, HIS GOODNESS AND HIS WORTH, 
AND IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE 
OF A TENDER AND AFFECTIONATE HUSBAND 
BY HIS BEREAVED AND DEEPLY AFFLICTED WIDOW. 

Tablet on North wall of Nave. 
On the East window is the following: 

"TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN AFFECTIONATE MEMORY OF 
WILL M BOBY, WHO DIED MARCH 29™ 1 865." 



IN THE CHURCHYARD. 

On Altar tombs. 

HERE LYETH THE BODY OF 
MARY BUCKENHAM 
DAUGHTER OF RICHARD 
AND MARY WOODTHORP 
LATE OF TRIMLEY & RELICT 
OF MR. WOODTHORP BUCKENHAM 
GEN T LATE OF HADLEIGH 
SHE DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
THE l8 TH OF NOV R ANNO 1758 
AGED 47 YEARS. 
RICHARD WOODTHORP 
BURIED II th NOV br 1 75 7. 
MARY WOODTHORP 
HIS WIDOW 
BURIED l8 TH JUNE 1761. 



HERE LYETH THE BODY OF 
RICHARD THE SON OF 
RICHARD & MARY WOODTHORP 
OF THE TOWN OF TRIMLEY S T MARTIN 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
ON THE 8 th OF JUNE 1752 
AGED 40 YEARS. 
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IN MEMORY OF 
ANTHONY COLLETT ESQ* 
LATE OF THIS PARISH 
WHO DIED ON THE 31 s1 " DAY OF JULY 1804 
AGED 59 YEARS. 
ALSO 

OF CATHARINE HIS WIFE 
ONLY DAUGHTER OF GABRIEL TRUSSON ESQ R 
OF KELSALE IN THIS COUNTY AND CATHARINE 
HIS WIFE WHO WAS DAUGHTER OF THE REVEREND 
THOMAS BENCE RECTOR OF 

KELSALE AFORESAID 
SHE DIED JUNE 20 TH 1819 
AGED 69 YEARS. 

IN MEMORY OF 
CHARLOTTE THE WIFE OF 
CHARLES COLLETT 
WHO DIED 
27™ OF DECEMBER 1813 
AGED 37 YEARS. 
AND OF THOSE OF THEIR SONS 
WHO DIED INFANTS. 
ALSO OF THE ABOVE 
CHARLES COLLETT 
WHO DIED 

I 6 th august 1842 

AGED 67 YEARS. 
AND OF CATHARINE 
THEIR SECOND DAUGHTER 

THE WIFE OF 
HENRY WILKIN, SURGEON 
WHO DIED 17™ AUGUST 1 85 2 
AGED 78 YEARS. 

SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF 

WILLIAM LYNCH ESQ RF 
WHO DIED AUGUST 23™ 1 85 2 
AGED 78 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
ELIZABETH THE WIFE OK 
JOHN CRISP 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
THE 23 RU OF NOVEMBER I 79 1 
AGED 63 YEARS. 
ALSO OF THE ABOVE SAID 

JOHN CRISP 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
THE 24 1 " OF MARCH iSoo 
AGED 77 YEARS. 

Co 



IN MEMORY OF 
JOHN PAIN 
LATE OF THIS PARISH 
WHO DIED APRIL 23° l8oi 
AGED 77 YEARS. 
ALSO ROBERT MILLS 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
THE 13 OF JAN. 1 806 
AGED 59 YEARS. 



SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF 
ELIZA FULCHER 
THE WIFE OF 
WILLIAM FULCHER 
WHO DIED AUG ST 1 9™ 1 846 
AGED 86 YEARS. 
ALSO OF THE ABOVE 

WILLIAM FULCHER 
LATE OF THIS PARISH 
WHO DIED MARCH 1 7, 1851 
AGED 86 YEARS. 

ALSO OF 
MARY FULCHER 
SECOND DAUGHTER OF 
WILLIAM FULCHER 
WHO DIED FEB. 28, 1 87 7 
AGED 71 YEARS. 



\ 

SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF 
SAMUEL SACKER QUILTER 
LATE OF THIS PARISH 
BORN AUGUST I st 1 7 79 
DIED OCTOBER 14™ 1 833. 
SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF 
SARAH THE WIFE OF 
SAMUEL SACKER QUILTER 
BORN MAY 12 th 1782 
DIED NOVEMBER 1 3™ l86l. 



IN MEMORY OF 
SARAH ELDEST DAUGHTER OF 
SAMUEL SACKER AND SARAH QUILTER 
OBIIT JANUARY 25 th 1 828 MTAT 26 YEARS. 



IN REMEMBRANCE OF 
JOHN QUILTER 
BORN DECEMBER IO TH 1806 DIED OCTOBER 25™ 1873. 

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On Headstones. 



IN MEMORY OF 
JOHN CRISP SON OF 
JOHN & PHILLIS 

CHURCHMAN 
OF THIS PARISH 
WHO DIED MARCH 12™ 1879 
AGED 74 YEARS. 



MARY LYNCH 
WIDOW 
DIED 24™ AUGUST 
1819 
AGED 73 YEARS. 

ALSO OF 
SARAH FOWLER 
SPINSTER 
SISTER OF THE ABOVE 
WHO DIED 18™ SEPTM R 1 82 2 
AGED 66 YEARS. 

The foregoing inscriptions in Walton Church and Churchyard were 
copied November i8go. — F. A. C. 



Folkard Family. 

®*ate f a'i'a Wi\W fU\\m& (Btntmi rui' 
auimr pvopicirtut Atwa amen. 

Brass inscription inserted on a black marble slab, Sparham Churchy 
Norfolk ; from a rubbing in the possession of Arthur Folkard. 
— F. A. C. 



Examples of Armorial Book-plates. 

No. 2. 
W" COOPER. 



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Stray Leaf from a Register. 

Christenyngs in Ao. Dni 1544. 

ffrauncis King y e sonne of wittm Kinge was baptized the xv th day of 
Aprill a° dicto. 

Joyce morfull y e daughter of John morfull the yonger was baptized y e 

xxix th of September a° dicto. 
Andrewe Roffe y e sonne of Tho : Roffe was baptized the xiij th of 

December a ut supra. 
Roger Spinke y e sonne of harry spynke was baptized the xvj th of January 

a dicto. 

Thomas woolsye y e sonne of Tho : woolsy was baptized the xxj th of 
March a dicto. 

Marriages the same year 1544. 

Thomas Battell & Joane Maddy were maryed the xxiiij th day of August 
A° ut supra. 

Thomas Hey ward and Alee Bull were married the xxvj th day of October 
a° dicto. 

Thomas Paschall and Annes Mason were maried the second day of 

November a dicto. 
Anthony Girling of Walton in Colnesse & Elizabeth Sekforde daughter 

of M r Thomas Sekforde esquier were married the vij th day of January 

a° ut supra. 

Burials in the same year 1544. 

Margaret woolsye was buried the ffirst day of Aprill Anno ut supra. 
John Mason infans et nothus genatus et natus in Colnesse sepeliebatur 

24 Aprilis a dicto. 
Wittm Barker was buried the xxv th day of July anno ut supra. 
John Jolly thelder at knotf was Buried the xxviij th day of September 

a° dicto 

Andrewe Roffe the sonne of Thomas Roffe was buried the xxviij tb of 
December a dcto. 

Christenynges in Anno Dni 1545. 

RoBt Jennour ye sonne of Rofct Jenour the yonger was baptized the 
xxix th of Aprill. 

Susan Skolding y e daughter of Tho : Skolding was baptized y e xxvij th of 
June a dcto. 

Andrewe Love basterd begotten of Annes Love servant to John Dawson 
was baptized the xxix th day of July anno ut supra. 

Alee ffoxe the daughter of Tho : ffoxe was baptized the xxviij th of August 
a° dicto. 

Umfrey Batell the sonne of Tho : Batell was baptized y e xxv th of September 
a dcto. 

Thomas Roffe y e sonne of Thomas Roffe was baptized the xxj th of 
ffebruary a° dcto. 

Manages nil. 
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Burials in the said year 1545. 

Thomas Dameran was Buried the xxj th day of April Anno ut supra. 
Alee Dameran the wiffe of the said Thomas was buried the xxvij th of 
Aprill. 

Lybesse was buried there the iiij th day of July anno ut supra. 
Olde Avis Skolding was buried the v th day of July anno dicto. 
ffrauncis Carver a child of ix years olde was buried the xxij th of July. 
James Clement was buried the xviij th day of October anno ut supra. 
Suzan Skoldinge a yong childe was buried the xix th of October a dcto. 
John Morfull yelder Tailier was buried the xiiij th of november a° dcto. 
Wittm ffosdicke labourer was buried the xv th day of november a° dicto. 
Elizabeth the wiffe of John Dawson with her childe abortyue buried 27 
Januarij. 

Joan Kinge widdowe mother of w m Kinge was buried the xxiiij th of 
ffebruary a dcto. 

Thomas Roffe of iij weeks olde, sonne of Tho : Roffe was buried y e xiij th 
of March. 

Annes the wiffe of John Morfull was buried the xviij th of March a dicto. 



Christeninges in anno dni 1546. 

Robt Westhorpe sonne of Robt Westhorpe laborer was baptized y c x th of 
April. 

Burnabe King y e sonne of W m King was baptized the third of June 
a dicto. 

Alice Skolding y e daughter of Tho : skolding was baptized ix th of 
September. 

Margaret mason daughter of Edmund mason was baptized y e six of 
november. 

W m Jenour the sonne of Robt Jenour was baptized the third of december. 
Daniell Baste the sonne of John Bast was baptized the xxvij th ffebruary 
a° dicto. 

Thomazin spynke daughter of Harry spynke was baptized y e xviij th of 
march a° dcto. 

Robt westhorpe sonne of Robt westhorpe was baptized the xx ,h of March 

a° dcto. 



Mariages in the said yeare 1546. 

John Jackson singleman & Joan Bowye were married the xxxj of January 
a° dcto. 

Burials in the said yeare 1546. 

Thomas Elmes sawer of plaiford dyed at Thomas Woolsies in great 
Bealingf and was buried there the vij th day of Aprill anno ut supra. 

Robt westhorpe infant sonne of Robt westhorpe labourer was buried the 
xxix lh of Aprill anno ut supra. 

W m ffosdicke sonne of Robt ffosdicke was buried the xiiij th of november 
a° dcto. 

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W m Skolding a child sonne of Tho: skolding was buried the xxj st of 
march a dcto. 

Annes Barker widdowe was buried the xxij th of March anno ut supra. 
Thomazin spynke infant daughter of Harry spynke buried y e xxiiij of 
mche. 

Christeninges in anno dni 1547. 

RoBt Paschall sonne of Thomas Paskall was baptized the xxiij 
septembris. 

Thomas Bobbet sonne of Roger Bobbet was baptized the xv th of 
December a dcto. 

Mariages in the said yeare 1547. 

John morfull the elder widdower & Christyn Pysie widdowe maried y e 
xxiij noveber. 

John Sekford gent. & Anne Cranwell gent, were maried y e xxiij of 
January a° dcto. 

Burials in the said yeare 1547. 

Lawrence morfull sonne of John morfull of x years olde buried xxiiij 
December. 

Margaret Storke of xvj(?) years olde was buried the viij of January 
a dicto. 

Samuell Roffe infant was buried the xiiij th day of ffebruarye a dicto. 

Christeninges in anno Dni 1548. 

Samuell Roffe sonne of Thomas Roffe was baptized the second of 
January a° dcto. 

Daniell Joyner sonne of RoBt Joyner was baptized the xvij th of Aprill 
a° dicto. 

Tobyas & Suzan children to Harry Spynke were baptized the xxiiij 
Aprilis. 

Elizabeth mason daughter of Edmund mason was baptized the xxiiij 
octobris. 

John Sekford sonne of John Sekford gent, was baptized the ix th 
novembris. 

Danyell spynke sonne of John spynke was baptized the xij of November. 
Nicholas Batell sonne of Tho : Batell was baptized xxij novembris. 

Marriages in the said yeare 1548. 

Nicholas meere of Bucklesham singleman & margret morfull the daughter 
of John morfull of great Bealingf Tailour were maried y e xxx th of 
June a 1548. 

John Joly singlema & Anne Bendall were maried the xviij th of november 
1548. 

Copied May 28th, 1892, from a parchment leaf 7 \ in. by 11 in., 
preserved iti the Fitch MSS. in the Ipswich Museum ; 
it is probably a portion of the Register of Little Beatings, 
Suffolk.— -F. A. C. 

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Pendarves Family. 



INDENTURE made 23 October 1717, between Sir William Pendarves 
of Pendarves, co. Cornwall, Knight, and Dame Penelope his wife, of the 
one part, and John Hoydon of Crowan, in the said county, yeoman, of 
the other part ; being release of a messuage in the parish of Crowan. 

Signatures of Sir William Pendarves and Penelope his wife on fold. 
On the seal are the arms of Pendarves, viz : an eagle displayed between 
three mullets. 

The signatures of Robert Hoblyn, Jas : Dunn, and John Richards. 




From a document in the possession of Mrs. Paull of Bosvigo, Truro, 
Cornwall. — F. A. C. 



Abbott Family. 

WILL of Charles Lord Tenterden of Russell Square and Hendon 
Place, co. Middlesex. To be buried in the parish where I shall happen 
to die, unless I shall die in London, and in that case at the Foundling. 
The funeral to be conducted in the most frugal manner, and not to be 
attended by any carriages except my own, and a suitable number of 
mourning coaches. To my dear Lady Tenterden, ^250. To each of 
my daughters and my son Charles, ^100. To my dear Lady Tenterden 
all my wine and other liquors which may be at Hendon. Also to my 
wife for life, in addition to her fortune ^30,000, and on her decease, 
^2,000 to each daughter. To my dear daughter Mary, ^8,000. To 
my dear daughter Catherine Alice, ^8,000. To my son Charles, 
^10,000. To the Overseers of the Hospital for deserted children, 
^50. Residue to son John Henry. 

Will dated 6 March 1832, proved by the son, John Henry, Baron 
Tenterden, 21 November 1832. Sworn under ^120,000, and that the 
testator died 4 November 1832. 

From the Probate of his Will in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Examples of Armorial Book-plates. 

No. 3. 

FREDERICK ALPE ok Framlingham, Suffolk. 

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Sf odd art Family. 

David Stoddart Born Dec r 21 1792. 
Mary Stoddart Born July 9 1802. 
Elizabeth Stoddart Born Nov r 22 nd 1824. 
William Stoddart Born Aug st 3 rd 1826. 
Joseph Stoddart Born June 25 th 1833. 
Sarah Stoddart Born Octb r 21 st 1835. 
Robert Stoddart Born Nov r 13 th 1837. 
Mary Stoddart Born Feb^ 22 1841. 
David Stoddart Born May 21 1844. 

David Stoddart Departed this life 7 th Day of Augs 1 1846 aged 2 years. 
William Stoddart Departed this life 8 th day of April 1859 aged 33 years. 
Elizabeth Stoddart Departed this life 18 Feb>' 1864 Aged 39 years. 
Mary Stoddart departed this life 5 th April 1869 aged 28 years. 
David and Mary Stoddart was Married at St. Michaels Church April 

23 rd in the Year of our Lord 1832 the Day the Lunatic Assylum 

was on Fire. 

David and Mary 
Stoddart 
Janv 1838. 

David Stoddart was admited into St. Bartholemeth's Hospital on the 7 th 
day of April in the Year of our Lord 1863 in the 71 Year of 
his Age. 

Entries on a loose fly-leaf in my possession, probably part of a 
family Bible. — F. A. C. 



Autograph Will of Zachary Lok, 1603. 

• 

" I desire that my bodye mighte be buried in Mercers Chappell in 
London neere to the place where my greate grandefather Thomas Lok, 
and my grandfather S r Willyam Lok were buryed." To my father M r 
Michaell Lok " my Seale of Armes, my grograine gowne, my black cloke 
lyned thoroughe with plushe, and all my bookes." To my brother 
Eleazer Lok "my hoope ring with a dyamond whiche I weare, and the 
Armyng swoorde and dagger which my Lorde Willougheby gave me. 
Item : I geue my brother Beniamyn Lok a golde ring . . . and my 
black rapier and dagger." My brother Jenny and his wife. My brother 
Sansom and my sister Jone his wife. My sister Sansom's children. 
"To my brother Bleuett in Cornewall my latin Bible of Junius and 
Tremellius translation." To each of his children by my sister Anne 
Lok. My friend M r Stephen Piers "one of thofificers of her ma tes 
warderobe." My Goddaughter Elizabeth Woodd. " Item : I geue to 
S r Edward Norris Knighte myne Armour compleate with the Trunck 
wherein it is, whiche I praye him to accepte, w ch I doo in consideracon 
of a wrong which I was pryvie vnto that was don to his brother S r John 
Norris in the lowe Contries, and I know not where else to make any 
satisfaction for the clearing of my conscience." "All the rest of my 

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good( j and Chattells whatsoever (this my laste Will and Testament 
being performed) I geue and bequeath to my deerely beloued mistris 
Vrsula Johnson whom I entend by God's grace to make my wife and 
her I doo nomynate, constitute and appoincte to be the sole Executrix 
of this my will." My servant Edward Goodrich. My man Humfrey 
Robertes. (Signed) Za : Lok. No witnesses. 

Will dated 29 January 1602, proved 4 April 1603 by proctor to 
Vrsula Johnson ex'trix. 

P.C.C. (27 Bolein). 



Will of Denzell, Lord Holies. 

I Denzell Lord Holies, Baron of Ifeild. " It is good for mee to be 
Dissoluted and to be with Christ." Body to be carried to town of 
Dorchester, co. Dorsett and to be there laid in "the Chancell of S c 
Peters Church by the side of my first deare and Loveing wife Dorothy 
the Daughter of S r ffrancis Ashley who there lyes buryed" — "and I 
doe desire that (as well to preserve her memory as mine) a monument 
may be erected for us both, upon which the sume of about five hundred 
pounds be expended. And if my now wife doe survive me who is alsoe 
deservedly most deare unto me and will be there likewise laid when it 
shall please God to take her out of this world I doe desire she may then 
be laid upon the other hand of me," " so that I may lie betwixt them." 
My wife Esther daughter of " Monsieur de Colombieres of the Kingdome 
of ffrance." My sister " Ellenor Countess of Connell." " Cozen and 
friend M r Gervas Holies who is one of the masters of requests." " Cozen 
and friend M r Edmond Hull of Topidle in Dorsettshire." Poor of 
Dorchester and of Dameram and Martin, co. Wilts. Daughter-in-law 
"the Lady Anne Holies wife to my son S r ffrancis Holies." Son "S r 
ffrancis Holies" residuary legatee and sole exor. M r Gervas Holies and 
M r Edmund Hull to be Overseers. 

Will dated 26 July 1670 "the 72 d yeare currant of my age." Codicil 
dated 9 March 1679, disposition of goods in house at Pepperharrow. 
Proved 27 February 1679 by Francis Baron Holies of Ifeild, exor. 

P.C.C. {Bath 21). 



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3(nl»e]c of J^ames. 



INDEX 



OF PERSONS. 



Abbott. 

Alice, 30. 

Catherine Alice, 66. 
Charles, 30, 55, 66. 
Charles, Lord Tenterden, 66. 
Elizabeth, 30. 
John, 30, 56. 

John Henry, Baron Tenterden 

Mary, 55, 66, 
Adams. 

John, 14. 
Addison. 

Alice, 30. 

Ann, 29. 

Elizabeth, 29. 

Frances, 29. 

Grace, 30. 

James, 29. 

Jeffery, 29, 30. 

John, 29. 

Joyce, 29. 

Mary Ann, 29. 

Peter, 29, 30. 

Sary, 29. 

Susanna, 29, 30. 

Thomas, 29. 

William, 29, 30. 

William Jeffery, 29. 
Aldous. 

James, 10. 
Aldrich. 

Mary, 15. 
Alexander. 

Henry, 18. 
Algar. 

Elizabeth, 10. 

Phillis, 18. 

Robert, 18. 

Susan j 18. 

Thomas, 10. 
Allen. 

Ann, 40. 
Allsop. 

James, 36. 
Allsopp. 

James, 36. 



Alpe. 

Frederick, 66. 
Alsope. 

John, 25. 
Alwell. 

William, 25. 
Ancram. 

Lord, 27. 
Anstis. 

John, 21. 
Ashley. 

Dorothy, 68. 
Sir Francis, 68. 
Atkins. 

Frances, 47. 
Atkinson. 

Ann, 11. 
Aubrey. 

Elizabeth, 22. 
Elizabeth Sophia, 22. 
Francis, 22. 
John, 22. 
Sir John, 22. 
Martha, 22. 
Martha Catherine, 22. 
Mary, 22. 
Richard, 22. 
Thomas, 22. 
Sir Thomas, 22. 
Sir Thomas Digby, 22. 
Avewell. 

John, 25. 

Bacon. 

Agnes, 3. 

Edward, 52. 

Elizabeth, 4. 

Robert 4, 52. 
Baker. 

John, 17. 
Bakon. 

—1 3- 
Baldry. 

Elizabeth, 16. 
Fras., 18. 
James, 16. 
John, 15. 



Balls. 

Anne, 34. 

George, 34. 

Mary, 34. 

Rebecca, 34. 

Sarah, 34. 

William, 16, 
Banester. 

Joane, 8. 

John, 8. 

Richard, 8. 
Bargeman. 

John, 25. 
Barker. 

Annes, 65. 

John, 15. 

Rev. John Theodore, 49. 
Martha, 15. 
William, 63. 
Barnard. 

Alice, 51. 
John, 51. 
Joseph, 51. 

— . 49, Si- 
Barns. 

Elizabeth, 40. 

Thomas, 40. 
Barry. 

Charles Upham, 20. 
Bassett. 

Sara, 53. 
Bast. 

John, 64. 
Baste. 

Daniell, 64. 
Batell. 

Nicholas, 65. 

Thomas, 63, 65. 

Umfrey, 63. 
Bathurst. 

Sir Benjamin, 53- 

Dr., 53. 
Battell. 

Joane, 63. 

Thomas, 63. 
Battely. 

John, 36. 
Bayfield. 

Elizabeth, 49. 

Robert, 49. 
Beard. 

Rev. James Freeman, 51 
Beck. 

Cave, 9. 
Belle. 

David, 27. 
Bence. 

Catherine, 60. 

Rev. Thomas, 60. 
BendalL 

Anne, 65. 
Bennet. 

John, 28. 

Mary, 28. 

Thomas, 15. 



Bennett. 

Elizabeth, 47. 

Thomas, 47. 
Berry. 

Jeffery, 47. 

Capt. John, 47. 

— 47- 
Betts. 

John, 17. 

Thomas, 13. 
Bigland. 

Ralph, 32, 56. 
Bigsby. 

Ambrose, 14. 

Elizabeth, 14. 

Martha, 14. 
Bilbye. 

Thomas, 6. 
Bird. 

William, 9. 
Bleuett. 

Anne, 67. 
67. 
Blomfield. 

Ann, 6. 

John, 13. 

Thomas, 13. 

- 6. 
Blowgitte. 

John, 1. 
Blyssing. 

John, 4. 
Bobbet. 

Roger, 65. 

Thomas, 65. 
Boby. 

William, 59. 
Bohun. 

Ed., 12. 

Edmund, 10. 
Boice. 

William, 13. 
Bond. 

Rebecca, 31. 
Booth. 

Robert, 17. 
Bowye. 

Joan, 64. 
Bowyer. 

Jonah, 47. 
Boyce. 

Elizabeth, 50. 

John, 50. 

Thomas, 50. 
Brace. 

Herbert, 55. 
Braffett. 

Thomas, 45. 
Braham. 

John, II. 

Thomas, n. 
Brampton. 

Adry, 6. 

Anne, 6. 

Ashley, 6. 



74 



Brampton, continued. 
Elizabeth, 6. 
Henry, 6. 
-6. 
Brandreth. 

John, 36. 
Branston. 

Ann, 35. 
Braxton. 

William, 25. 
Briggere. 

Richard, 19. 
Broadwaters. 

Richard, 7. 
Brockdish. 
Ann, 18. 
James, 18. 
Brokesby. 

Abel, 28. 
Bromely. 

Hon. William, 47. 
Broughton. 

Henry, 31. 
Brown. 

Rev. John, 50. 
Rupert, 26. 
— , 26, 50. 
Browne. 

Ann, 52. 
Anne, 52. 
Edmond, 52. 
Eliza, 49, 50. 
George, 50, 52. 
James, 49, 50. 
John, 8, 50, 52. 
Rev. John, 51. 
Joseph, 52. 
Margarett, 52. 
Mary, 6. 

Mary Adams, 50. 
Richard, 52. 
Samuel, 8. 
Sara, 52. 
Sarah, 8, 50. 
Silvester, 52. 
Thomas, 56. 
William, 8. 

—, Si- 
Buckenham. 

Mary, 59. 

Woodthorp, 59. 
Buckingham. 

William, 5. 

Bull. 

Elizabeth, 43. 

Sancta Maria, 43. 
Burgeys. 

Robert, 28. 
Burling. 

— , 12. 
Burton. 

Robert, 27. 

— 27. 
Butcher. 

Nicholas, 3. 



Butt. 

Edward 44. 

Elizabeth, 44. 

Margaret, 44. 
Button. 

Daniel, 15. 

Elizabeth, 15. 
Bvrtvn. 

Dianis, 30. 

Mary, 30. 
Bynon. 

Capt. J. C, 58. 
Byron. 

Anne Isabella Byron, Baroness, 32. 
Anne Isabella Noel, Baroness, 32. 
George Gordon Byron, Baron, 32. 
George Gordon Noel, Baron, 32. 

Calver. 

James, 16. 
Calvert. 

Mary, 17. 
Richard, 17. 
Camborne. 

Stephen, 31. 
Candler. 

Peter, 13. 
Canham. 

Debora, 7. 
Robert, 7. 
Carter. 

Martha, 22. 
Martha Catherine, 22. 
Robert, 7. 
Cartwright. 

Charlotte, 57. 
Richard, 57. 
Carver. 

Frauncis, 64. 
Catchpole. 

John, 6. 
Caudler. 

John, 11. 
Peter, II. 
Cawston. 

John, 12. 
Chambers. 

Jo., 17. 
Champernowne. 
Arthur, 27. 
— 27. 
Chaplyn. 

Nicholas, 3. 
Chapman. 

Mary, 51. 
Charles. 

Rev. — , 27. 
Cheney. 

Anne, 3. 
William, 3. 
Childs. 

Jonathan, 10. 
Chittocke. 

Thomas, 9, 10 
Chrispe. 

Thomas, 5. 



75 



Churchman. 

John, 62. 

John Crisp, 62. 

Phillis, 62. 
Clark. 

Thomas, 14. 
Clarke. 

Edmond, 8. 

Edward Allen, 34. 

Rebecca, 34. 

Rev. Richard, 49. 

Thomas, 16. 

Walter, 4. 

William, 10. 
Clayton. 

William, 18. 
Clement. 

James, 64. 
Clements. 

George, 14. 

Henry, 47. 
Coffin. 

Thomas, 42. 
Colebrooke. 

Mary, 22. 
Collett. 

Agnes, 3. 

Anthony, 60. 

Catharine, 60. 

Charles, 60. 

Charlotte, 60. 
Collings. 

Martha, 15. 

Samuell, 15. 
Collins. 

Martha, 15. 
Colvile. 

Charles, II. 
Combes. 

Jenny, 39. 

Richard, 39. 
Conal. 

Henry, 14. 

Thomas, 14. 
Conant. 

Malachi, 37. 

Mary, 37. 
Connell. 

Ellenor, Countess of, 68. 
Cook. 

Sir John, 26. 
Cooper. 

Anne, 34. 

Edward, 34, 36. 

Francis, 34. 

James, 13. 

Sarah, 34. 

Thomas, 9. 

William, 24, 62. 
Corbet. 

Jane, 27. 
Corbin. 

Sarah, 11. 
Cornell. 

Thomas, 3. 



Coventry. 

G. A. F., 27. 
Cowper. 

George, 3. 

John, 3. 
Crabbe. 

George, 18. 
Cracknell. 

James, 5. 
Cranwell. 

Anne, 65. 
Crapnall. 

Mark, 15. 
Creasy. 

Ann, 13. 

Elizabeth, 13. 

John, 13. 

Lyonel, 13. 

Thomas, 13. 

William, 13. 
Crisp. 

Elizabeth, 60. 

John, 60. 
Crispe. 

Edward, 23. 

Simon, 7. 
Crockit. 

Grace, 30. 
Cropp. 

Ann, 52. 
Crosse. 

Julian, 52. 

William, 52. 
Crow. 

Marlowe Sidney, 56. 
Crowis. 

Roger, 3. 
Culham. 

George, 15. 
Cuppaidge. 

Ann, 20. 

Catherine, 20. 

Deborah, 20. 

Ebenezer Low, 20. 

Elinor, 20. 

Elizabeth, 20. 

Faustin, 20. 

John, 20. 

Jone, 20. 

Joseph, 20. 

Katherine, 20. 

Low, 20. 

Margaret, 20. 

Mary, 20. 

William, 20. 
Cupper. 

Arthur, 10. 

William, 10. 
Curtis. 

Emmy, 18. 

Dade. 

Francis, 10. 

John, 50, SI. 
Daldy. 

Thomas, 17. 



76 



Dameran. 

Alee, 64. 

Thomas, 64. 
Daniell. 

John, 8. 
Darby. 

Mary, 18. 

Robert, 18. 

Thomas, 31. 
Davies. 

Rev. Ed., 51. 
Davison. 

Hannah, 49. 

John, 49. 
Dawkins. 

Margaret, 17. 

Thomas, 17. 

William, 17. 
Dawson. 

Alice, 51. 

Elizabeth, 64. 

John, 63, 64. 

John Reymes, 51. 

Reymes, 51. 

Day. 

Anne, 5. 

Elizabeth, 5, 43. 

George, 43. 

Jane, 5. 

Olive, 5. 
Daye. 

Peter, 3. 
De Berwick. 

John, 30. 
De Colombieres. 

Esther, 68. 

— , 68. 
Dedingefielde. 

William, 4. 
Dennis. 

Charles, 50. 
Denny. 

Elizabeth, 52. 
Derby. 

Elizabeth, 42. 

Dey. 

Francis, 5. 
Digby. 

Francis, 22. 
Dixson. 

-, 8. 
Dousing. 

Grace, 53. 

John, 53. 

Nicholas, 53. 
Dow'ing. 

Simon, 53. 
Downing. 

Alice, 52. 

Josh., 15. 

Nathaniel, 12. 

Thomas, 52. 

William, 52, 53. 
Downinge. 

Alice, 52. 

Anne, 52. 



Downinge, continued. 

George, 52. 

Joane, 52. 

Mary, 52. 

Sara, 53. 

Symon, 52. 

Thomas, 52. 

William, 52, 53. 
Downynge. 

Anne, 52. 

Elizabeth, 52. 

Francys, 52. 

George, 52. 

Julian, 52. 

Mary, 52. 

Thomas, 52. 

William, 52. 
Dowsin. 

Elizabeth, 53. 

John, 53. 

Mary, 53. 
Dowsing. 

Elizabeth, 53. 

John, 53. 
Dowsinge. 

Grace, 52. 

Margaret, 52. 

Nicholas, 52. 
Dowson. 

Richard, 8. 
Drake. 

Benjamin, 44. 

Grace, 44. 
Drane. 

Lawrens, 3. 
Dring. 

John, 17. 

Mary, 17. 
Duboulay. 

Louisa, 55 

Lucy, 55. 
Duncan. 

L. L, 51. 
Duncome. 

Elea., 13. 
Dunn. 

James, 66. 
Dunston. 

Edward, 6. 
Dunstone. 

Edward, 6. 
Duresme. 

Bishop of, 53. 
Durwent. 

Esther, 17. 

Stephen, 17. 

Eade. 

Thomas, 7. 
Eades. 

Gabriell, 12. 
Eales. 

James, 47. 
Echard. 

Abraham, 12. 

Thomas, 12. 



7 



7 



Edgar. 

Thomas, 8. 

-, 8. 
Edwards. 

Alice, 15. 

Henry, 15. 

Rowland, 27. 
Effingham. 

Thomas, Earl of, 21. 
Eggar. 

Elizabeth, 24. 

Henry, 24. 

John, 24. 

Phillis, 24. 

Thomas, 24. 

William, 24. 
Eleys. 

John, 2. 
Elmes. 

Thomas, 64. 
Elvin. 

Honour, 15. 
Elvis. 

William, 12. 

Ely. 

Ann, 17. 
Etherington. 

William, 8. 
Euens. 

Elizabeth, 45. 
Evens. 

Elizabeth, 45. 
Eyres. 

John, 24. 
E. A., 41. 

Fabian. 

Catharine, 40. 

William, 40. 
Fakon. 

John, 1. 
Farr. 

Catherine, 34. 

Charles, 33. 

Elizabeth, 33. 

George, 33. 

Gilbert, 33. 

Harriet, 33. 

Henry Wallis, 33. 

James, 33. 

John, 14, 33. 

Lucy Maria, 33. 

Mary, 33. 

Sophia, 33. 

Thomas, 33. 

Ursula, 33. 
Farrar. 

John, 28. 

Mary, 28. 
Fayrweathcr. 

Bridgitt, 5. 
Fiddian. 

Frederick William, 45 
Field. 

Edward, 24. 

Elizabeth, 26. 



Fieldr. 

Edward, 24. 
Fisher. 

Elizabeth, 8. 

Judeth, 8. 

Robert, 8. 
Fitch. 

65. 

Fleetwood. 

Rev. Dr., 27. 
Folkard. 

Arthur, 62. 
Follcard. 

William, 62. 
Folton. 

—1 4- 
Fosdicke. 

Robert, 64. 

William, 64. 
Fouler. 

Thomas, 2. 
Fowler. 

Mar}', 62. 

' Sarah, 62. 

Foxe. 

Alee, 63. 

Thomas, 63. 
Frampton. 

Elizabeth, 38. 

George, 38. 

Mary, 38. 
Frances. 

Ann, 17. 

Thomas, 17. 
Frankes. 

Elisabeth, 28. 

Joseph, 28. 

Samuel, 28. 

William, 28. 
Freeman. 

Bridget, 27. 

Dr., 26. 

Dr. Samuel, 26. 
Freind. 

Robert, 36. 
Fryer. 

Ann, 37. 

John, 37. 

Mary, 37. 
Fulcher. 

Eliza, 61. 

Mary, 61. 

Nicholas, 8. 

William, 61. 
Fuller. 

James, 4. 

John, 9. 

Gale. 

Thomas, 45. 
Garner. 

Robert, 10. 
Garnham. 

Thomas, 15. 

78 



Garnish. 

Sarah, II. 

Thomas, II. 
Garnyshe. 

Anne, 52. 

John, 52. 

Nicholas, 52. 
Garthwaite. 

Edward, 21. 

Rev. Jarnes, 53. 
Gastrell. 

Dr. Francis, 47. 
Gayton. 

John, 3. 
Gedge. 

Eliza, 49, 50. 

Richard, 49, 50. 

Susan, 49, 50. 

Gee. 

Ann, 26. 
Anne, 36. 

Edward, 26, 27, 36. 

Elizabeth, 26. 

Henry, 26. 

Jane, 26, 27, 36. 

Martha, 27, 36. 
Geear. 

Ann, 50. 
Gerald. 

Thomas Fitz, 36. 
Gerrard. 

Christopher, 37. 

Elizabeth, 37. 

John, 37. 
Gery. 

Dame Elizabeth, 47. 

Sir Thomas, 47. 
Gibbon. 

Jane, 27. 
Gilbert. 

Mark, 14. 

Thomas, 14. 

William, 7. 
Girling. 

Anthony, 63. 

Elizabeth, 63. 
Glensseford. 

Thomas, 3. 
Glover. 

Robert, 12. 

William i 12. 
Godbold. 

Mary, 12. 

Thomas, 5. 
Goddard. 

Ann, 15. 

Robert, 15. 
Godwin. 

Mary Wollstonecraft, 19. 

William, 19. 
Goffe. 

John, 36. 
Goldney. 

Maria, 43. 



Goldsmith. 

Hannah, 17. 

Nicholas, 17. 

Richard, 17. 

Sarah, 17. 

William, 17. 
Good. 

Rev. Henry, 41 
Gooderham. 

James, 50. 
Goodrich. 

Edward, 68. 
Goody. 

Thomas, 34. 
Gosling. 

James, 15. 
Gosse. 

John, 7. 
Gossup. 

Ann, 14. 

Read, 14. 
Gozney. 

Isaac, 38. 

Martha, 38. 
Greaves. 

Esther, 17. 

Margaret, 17. 

Robert, 17. 
Grene. 

Alyce, 3. 

Robert, 2. 
Grey. 

John, 2. 
Griggs. 

Elizabeth, 17. 

John, 17. 
Grimsbey. 

Thomas, 7. 
Grimshaw. 

Elizabeth, 55. 

John, 55. 
Gulliver. 

Isaac, 44. 
Gunn. 

Thomas, 15. 
Gunns. 

Elizabeth, 10. 
Gyedeler. 

William, I. 
Gyfiforde. 

John, 23. 

Susan, 23. 

Hackett. 

Rev. Samuel, 51 

— Si- 
Hager. 

John, 8. 
Hailes. 

Thomas, 12. 
Hall. 

Joan, 46, 47. 

Robert, 16. 
Hammond. 

Edward, 46. 

Dr. John, 47. 



Hammond, continued. 

Margaret, 46, 47. 

Richard, II, 16. 

Susanna, 16. 

Ursula, 11. 
Harborough. 

Rt. Hon. Margaret, Countess of, 27. 
Hardres. 

Dame Phebe, 47. 
Hargate. 

Roger, 25. 
Harmewood . 

John, 25. 

Richard, 25. 
Harmwood. 

Anne, 25. 

Elizabeth, 25. 

John, 25. 

Mary, 25. 

Richard, 25. 

Robert, 25. 
Harris. 

Mary, 8. 
Harrison. 

Agnes, 4. 
Harsant. 

John, 15. 
Hart. 

Phil., 31. 
Harvy. 

James, 10. 
Hasseing. 

Rose, 14. 
Haughton. 

Alice, 30. 

Jeffery, 29. 
Haward. 

Elizabeth, 15. 

— is- 

Hawkwood. 

William, I. 
Hayle. 

Henry, 6. 
Heard. 

Sir Isaac, 32. 
Hedges. 

Sir Charles, 26. 
Hempson. 

Walter, 4. 
Heyward. 

Annes, 63. 

Thomas, 63. 
Hickes. 

Sir Michael, 26. 

-, 26. 
Higgins. 

Ann, 29. 

Hill. 

Arnold, 2. 
Elizabeth, 2. 
Fanny, 40. 
Felyx, 2. 
Henry, 40. 
I Icnry Edward, 40. 
John, 2. 



Hill, continued. 
Margaret, 2. 
Raynold, 2. 
Thomas, 2. 
Hinsum. 

Mary, 35. 
Hoblyn. 

Robert, 66. 
Hodges. 

Sara, 26. 
Holdsworth. 

Francis Robert, 55. 
Louisa Catherine, 55. 
Holland. 

Alice, 12. 
Holies. 

Lady Anne, 68. 
Denzell, Lord, 68. 
Dorothy, 68. 
Ellenor, 68. 
Esther, 68. 
Sir Francis, 68. 
Francis, Baron, 68. 
Gervas, 68. 
Holmes. 

Elizabeth, 12. 
Hookes. 

Elizabeth, 42. 
Nicholas, 42. 
Hookey. 

Michael, 43. 
Rebecca, 43. 
Sancta Maria, 43. 
Hope. 

Stephen Charles, 57. 
Houghton. 

John, 31. 
Howard-Molyneux-Howard. 

Bernard Edward, Duke of Norfolk, 
32. 

Lord Henry Thomas, 32. 
Howes. 

Paul, 15. 
Sarah, 15. 
Hoydon. 

John, 66. 
Hubbald. 

Joseph, 15. 
Hull. 

Edmond, 68. 
Edmund, 68. 
Hunt. 

Elizabeth, 31. 
Hurrin. 

John, 11. 
Mary, II. 
1 lutchin. 

— . 45- 
Hutton. 

Thomas, 3. 
llyky>. 

John, 2. 
HylL 

Felyx, 2. 
Hync. 

John, 2. 

So 



Hyx. 

John, 2. 
H., A, 43. 
H., E, 41. 

Jackaman. 

John, 17. 
Jackson. 

Joan, 64. 
John, 64. 
Jaco. 

George, 9. 
Jacobe. 

Robert, 9. 
James. 

John, 17. 
Jarrold. 

Anne, 35. 
Catherine, 35. 
Elizabeth, 35. 
Hannah, 35. 
Hannah Coats, 35. 
John, 35. 
Samuel, 35. 
Sarah, 35. 
William, 35. 
William Bridgeman, 35. 
Jeneway. 

Thomas, 45. 
Jenner. 

George, 13. 
Jennour. 

Robert, 63. 
Jenny. 

-, 67. 
Jenour. 

Robert, 63, 64. 
William, 64. 
Jewell. 

John, 9. 
Johnson. 

Friza, 28 



Jolly 



John, 16. 
Vrsula, 68. 



Joly 



John, 63. 

Anne, 65. 
John, 65. 
Jones. 

George, 27. 
Richard, 47. 
Jordan. 

James, 11. 
Peter, 11. 
Joyce. 

Ann, 29. 
Susanna, 29. 
William, 29. 
Joyner. 

Daniell, 65. 
Robert j 65. 

Kelk. 

Anne, 6. 



Kemball. 

James, 31. 
Kershaw. 

William, 55. 
Ketteridge. 

Oliver, 5. 
Kickley. 

George, 25. 

Henry, 25. 
Kinaston. 

Ann, 26, 27. 

Anne, 27. 

Edward, 26, 27. 

Margaret, 27. 

Thomas, 27. 

William James, 26. 
King. 

Burnabe, 64. 

Christopher, 42, 43. 

Elizabeth, 42, 43. 

Frauncis, 63. 

Jane, 43. 

Susan, 18. 

Susannah, 43. 

Thomas, 18. 

William, 42, 64. 
Kinge. 

Joan, 64. 

William, 4, 63, 64. 
Kipping. 

John, 4. 

Robert, 4. 
Kirby. 

H. C, 51. 

Sarah, 17. 

Stephen, 17. 
Kirkham. 

Elizabeth, 31. 

— , 31- 
Kirkland. 

Elizabeth, 46, 47. 
Knights. 

John, 18. 

Joseph, 18. 
Knitvn. 

Dianis, 30. 

John, 30. 

Lamb. 

John, 12. 
Lamotte. 

Elizabeth, 55. 

Frances, 55. 

George, 55, 56. 

George Francis, 55. 

Henry, 55. 

Henry John, 55. 

James, 55, 56. 

John Lagier, 55. 

Lewis, 55. 

Louisa Catherine, 55. 
Luc y. 55. 56. 

Martha, 55, 56. 
Mary, 55. 
Mary Louisa, 55. 



Lark. 

Robert, 4. 
Lanvood. 

James, 4. 
Last. 

Sarah, 15. 
Laurence. 

John, 19. 
Lawes. 

William, 9. 
Lawrence. 

— 33- 
Lawter. 

Robert, 3. 
Leake. 

Ann, 11. 

Stephen Martin, 21. 
Leckie. 

George, 39. 
Lenny. 

William, 11. 
Lever. 

Ann, 18. 
Lewis. 

John, 17. 
Leycester. 

Daniel, 9. 
Limbrey. 

Ann, 26. 

Henry, 26. 

Jane, 26. 

John, 26. 

Martha, 26. 
Lister. 

Anthony, 6. 
Lloyd. 

Peirson, 36. 
Lockwood. 

William, 15. 
Loft. 

— . 33- 

Lok. 

Anne, 67. 

Beniamyn, 67. 

Eleazer, 67. 

Jone, 67. 

Thomas, 67. 

Sir Willyam, 67. 

Zachary, 67, 68. 
Lone. 

John, 7. 
Longe. 

Alice, 52. 

Anne, 53. 

Christian, 52. 

Edward, 53. 

Robert, 52. 
Lord. 

Mathcwe, 5. 
Loue. 

John, 7. 

Rebecca, 8. 

Thomas, 7. 



Love. 

Andrew, 63. 

Annes, 63. 
Loveil. 

Melior, 39. 
Lovet. 

Mary, 28. 

William, 28. 
Low. 

John, 20. 
Lowes. 

John, 5. 
Lownde. 

Margarete, 3. 
Ludbrooke. 

Edmond, it. 
Luttrell. 

Francis, 31. 
Lybesse. 

— , 64. 
Lynch. 

Mary, 58, 62. 

William, 58, 60. 

Maddy. 

Joane, 63. 
Mallows. 

John, 17. 
Marlowe. 

Marlowe Sidney, 56. 

Mary, 56. 
Martin. 

Richard, 12. 
Martyn. 

Richard, 12. 

William, 12. 
Mason. 

Annes, 63. 

Edmund, 64, 65. 

Elizabeth, 65. 

John, 63. 

Margaret, 64. 
May. 

Nicholas, 16. 
Mayer. 

Ann, 50. 
Mayes. 

Elizabeth, 12. 
Mayhew. 

Henry, 18. 
Mayhewe. 

Miles, 5. 
Meere. 

Margret, 65. 

Nicholas, 65. 
Meller. 

William, 31. 
Middlcton. 

Mary, 28. 

Thomas, 27. 
Milbanke. 

Anne Isabella, 32. 

Hon. Dame Judith, 32. 

Sir Ralph, 32. 



Miles. 

Jane, 38. 

John, 38. 

Mary, 38. 
Miller. 

Mary, 45. 

Sarah, 51. 

William, 9. 
Mills. 

Robert, 61. 
Moore. 

Johan, 3. 

John, 15. 
More. 

Robert, 6. 
Morfull. 

Annes, 64. 

Christyn, 65. 

John, 63-65. 

Joyce, 63. 

Lawrence, 65. 

Margret, 65. 
Morgan. 

Barbara, 57. 

James, 49, 51. 

Jane, 57. 

Mary, 51. 

Richard, 57. 

Sarah, 51. 
Morphew. 

Thomas, 9. 
Morris. 

Elizabeth, 46, 47. 

Capt. Valentine, 47. 
Moyse. 

Mark, 14. 

Richard, 14. 

Samuel, 15. 
Mullens. 

George, 42. 

Maria, 42. 
Mullett. 

Anne, 12. 

Cornelius, 42. 

Elizabeth, 42. 

Nathaniell, 12. 
Muncke. 

Johan, 25. 

Napper. 

Anne, 24. 

William, 24. 
Nathauld. 

Johan, 25. 
Nayler. 

Sir George, 48. 
Naylor. 

Francis, 31. 
Nelson. 

Elizabeth, 10. 

Joshua, 10, 
Newson. 

Raffe, 3. 
Newton. 

William, 5. 



83 



Noel. 

Anne Isabella, Baroness Byron, 32. 
George Gordon, Baron Byron, 32. 
Hon. Dame Judith, 32. 

Norfolk. 

Bernard Edward, Duke of, 48. 
Bernard Edward Howard- Molyneux- 

Howard, Duke of, 32. 
Edward, Duke of, 21, 56. 

Norman. 

Martha, 14. 

Samuel, 14. 
Norris. 

Sir Edward, 67. 

Sir John, 67. 
Norton. 

John, 16. 
Nurse. 

Richard, 47. 

Olding. 

Rev. John, 49. 
Onely. 

Dr., 26. 

Pain. 

John, 61. 
Palmer. 

Alice, 4. 

Amy, 14. 

Ann, 14. 

John, 4. 

Thomas, 4. 
Parker. 

Adam, 25. 

Elizabeth, 10. 

John, 10. 

Robert, 14. 

-, so. 
Parr. 

William, 31. 
Parry. 

Rev. — , 27. 
Partridge. 

Rachel, 46, 47. 
Partrych. 

Thomas, 3. 
Paschall. 

Robert, 65. 
Paskall. 

Robert, 65. 
Paule. 

William, 5. 
Paull. 

— , 66. 
Pawsey. 

Margaret, 10. 
Payne. 

Elizabeth, 8. 
John, 4, 8. 
Peck. 

Thomas, 15. 
Peirce. 

Mary, 9. 
Samuell, 9. 



Pells. 

John, 14. 
Pemberton. 

Robert, 15. 
Pendarves. 

Dame Penelope, 66. 

Sir William, 66. 
Pepper. 

Elizabeth, 15. 
Percifall. 

Ann, 16. 
Peryn. 

John, 3. 
Pettit. 

Robert, 4. 
Pharoah. 

John, II. 

Thomas, II. 
Philips. 

Rev. Davied, 49. 
Piers. 

Stephen, 67. 
Pinchard. 

William, 40. 
Pipe. 

Geffrey, 3. 
Pisbye. 

George, 31. 
Pitsum. 

Alice, 24. 
Plymouth. 

Bridgit, Countess Dowager of, 54. 
Pockard. 

Mary, 9. 
Polhill. 

David, 27. 
Potter. 

Elizabeth, 16. 
Pouke. 

Robert, 19. 
Poulter. 

Elizabeth, 17. 

Thomas, 17. 
Prior. 

Anne, 28. 
Punt. 

Edward, 15. 

Mary, 15. 

Thamar, 15. 
Pysie. 

Christyn, 65. 

Quilter. 

John, 61. 

Samuel Sacker, 61. 
Sarah, 61. 

Rabett. 

William, 1. 
Raffe. 

Thomas, 4. 
Rainc. 

William, 13. 
Raleton. 

Anthony, 52. 

John, 52. 



Raven. 

Elizabeth, 42. 

Rawlin, 42. 
Raydon. 

John, 13. 
Rayner. 

Anne, 53. 
Read. 

Alice, 4, 5, 8, 15, 18. 

Ann, 7, 9, 10, 13, 15, 18. 

Anna, 12. 

Anne, 5, 10, 13, 15, 16. 
Anthony, 5. 
Augustine, 16. 
Charles, 12, 18. 
Cislye, 7. 
Dorothy, 9. 
Edmund, 5. 
Edward, 10. 
Elias, 5. 

Elizabeth, 7, 8, 10-13, I 5> IO - 
Emmy, 18. 
Erasmus, 5. 
Francis, 5, 12, 13. 
Henry, 13, 15. 
James, 11, 13, 16. 
Jane, 16. 
Johane, 4. 

John, 4, 5, 7-10, 13-17: 

Jonathan, 16. 

Judeth, 8. 

Lawrence, 4. 

Margaret, 4, 14, 1 7. 

Mark, 13, 14. 

Marke, 11. 

Martha, 13- 16. 

Mary, 7, 9, 10-14, '6, 17. 

Nathaniel, 12. 

Nicholas, 8, 11. 

Olive, 7. 

Raynold, 4. 

Rebecca, 16. 

Reignold, 5. 

Richard, 8, 11, 13, 17. 

Robert, 7, 10, 11, 16. 

Samuel, 16. 

Sarah, 8-10, 15. 

Stephen, 13. 

Steven, 16. 

Susan, 6, 10, 14. 

Thamar, 15. 

Thomas, 7, 10, 12, 13, 16, 18. 
Ursula, 5. 

William, 5-7, 10, 12, t3, 15-1S. 
Reade. 

Agnes, 3. 
Ann, 18. 
Ashford, 18. 
Barbara, 6. 
Edward, 3. 
Elirabeth, 4, 7, 9, 10. 
Erasmus, 4. 
Ester, 6. 
Henry, 4. 
John, 3, 4, 6. 
Kathcrinc, 4. 



Reade, continued. 

Lawrence, 6. 

Margaret, 3, 4. 

Marie, 4. 

Mary, 5, 9. 

Marye, 5. 

Nicholas, 4. 

Richard, 4, 8. 

Robert, 5. 

Ruth, 18. 

Stephen, 18. 

Susan, 18. 

Thomas, 9, 18. 
Rede. 

Agnes, 1. 

Alice, 1, 2. 

Alyce, 1, 2. 

Ann, 9, 10. 

Anne, 6, 8. 

Batie, I. 

Clippesbye, 6. 

Dorothie, 6. 

Dorothy, 6. 

Edward, 2, 6, II, 

Elizabeth, 2, 3, 6, 8-10, 17. 

Elyn, 1. 

Felyx, 2. 

George, 3, II. 

Henry, I, 6. 

Jaffery, 2. 

Johan, 2. 

John, 2, 3, 7, 17. 

Katheryne, 3. 

Lettise, I. 

Mabill, 2. 

Margarett, I. 

Marsham, 6. 

Martha, 10. 

Miles, 2. 

Nicholas, 6. 

Reginald, 6. 

Reginalde, 6. 

Robert, 1. 

Symond, 2. 

Thomas, 2, 6- 1 1, 17. 

William, 2. 
Reed. 

John, 14. 

Susan, 14. 

Thomas, 14. 
Reekes. 

Elizabeth, 38. 

John, 38. 

Mary, 43. 

William, 43. 
Reue. 

Edward, 5. 
Rewse. 

Dr. Samuel, 15. 
Reymes. 

Alice, 51. 
John, 51. 

Robert, 50. 

Sarah, 51. 
Rich. 

Father, 8. 



Richards. 

John, 66. 
Richardson. 

Philip, 12. 
Ricketts. 

Aubrey, 22. 

Charles, 22. 

C. S., 22. 

Elizabeth Sophia, 22. 

Thomas Gamble, 22. 
Ridout. 

Richard, 41. 
Risebrow. 

Elizabeth, 49. 

Samuel, 49. 
Rising. 

Christopher, 5. 

Rix. 

Nathaniel, 12. 
Robard. 

Thomas, 19. 

William, 19. 
Roberson. 

Mary, II, 12. 
Robert. 

Thomas, 19. 
Robertes. 

Humfrey, 68. 
Robinson. 

Edward, 16. ■ 

Elizabeth, 11. 

Francis, 11. 

William, 13. 
Rochester. 

Lawrence, Earl of, 54. 
Roffe. 

Andrewe, 63. 

Samuell, 65. 

Thomas, 63, 64, 65. 
Roles. 

Alice, 37. 

John, 37. 

Mary, 37. 

William, 37. 
Rolles. 

William, 37. 
Rowdelt. 

Henry, 19. 
Rowe. 

Henry, 9. 
Rowlond. 

William, 1. 
Rownde. 

William, 25. 
Rundall. 

Margaret, 14. 

Mary, 14. 
Russell. 

Elizabeth, 42. 

Robert, 42. 

J-, 37- 

St. George. 

Sir Henry, 26. 
Lady, 26. 

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Sallowes. 

Thomas, 6. 
Sanders. 

Elisabeth, 28. 

Joseph, 28. 
Sansom. 

Jone, 67. 

-, 67. 
Sarles. 

Richard, 5. 
Sartre. 

Dr., 26. 
Saunders. 

Drew, 18. 
Sayer. 

Fraunces, 6. 

Thomas, 6. 
Scarborough. 

Richard, Earl of, 56. 
Scarlett. 

George, 52. 

James, 52. 
Scoote. 

Lettie, 4. 
Sekford. 

Anne, 65. 

John, 65. 
Sekforde. 

Elizabeth, 63. 

Thomas, 63. 
Seman. 

John, 10. 
Serle. 

Gilbert, 26. 
Shelley. 

Mary Wollstonecraft, 19. 

Percy Bysshe, 19. 
Shelton. 

Anne, 24. 

William, 24. 
Sherbrooke. 

Henry, 23. 

John, 23. 

Rebecca, 33. 
Sherebroke. 

Henry, 23. 
Sherebrook. 

Rebecca, 23. 
Sherman. 

Edmund, 8. 

Johanna, 13. 
Simond. 

William, 58. 
Simonds. 

Samuel, 15. 
Simpson. 

John, 5. 
Skolding. 

Alice, 64. 

Avis, 64. 

Susan, 63. 

Thomas, 63-65. 

William, 65. 
Skoldinge. 

Suzan, 64. 



Sloper. 

Rev. Isaac, 51. 
Smith. 

Catherine, 28. 

Elizabeth, 28. 

Thomas, 28. 

William, 28. 
Smyth. 

Ann, 10, 15. 

Anne, 15. 

Henry, 13. 

John, 4, 14, 15. 

Martha, 15. 

Thomas, 3. 

Walter, 8. 
Snook. 

A., 39- 

J-. 39- 
South. 

James, 47. 

Jane, 47. 

Robert, 46, 47. 

Dr. Robert, 47. 

R-. 54- 
Spatchett. 

Alice, 52. 

Richard, 52. 
Spawton. 

Catherine, 28. 
Spinke. 

Roger, 63. 
Spoare. 

Richard, 31. 
Sporle. 

Henry, 2. 
Spurling. 

Ralph, 9. 
Spynke. 

Danyell, 65. 

Harry, 63-65. 

John, 65. 

Suzan, 65. 

Thomazin, 64, 65. 

Tobyas, 65. 
Stafford. 

John, 18. 
Stanley. 

Marie, Ladie, 30. 

Dr. William, 26. 
Staple. 

Johan, 25. 

John, 25. 
Steel. 

Francis, 16. 
Steward. 

Edmund, 7. 
Stoddart. 

David, 67. 

Elizabeth, 67. 

Joseph, 67. 

Mary, 67. 

Robert, 67. 

Sarah, 67. 

William, 67. 
Storke. 

Margaret, 65. 



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Story. 

Alice, 1 8. 

John, 1 8. 
Stransham. 

Mary, 49. 

Lieut. -Col, 49. 
Stratford. 

Dr. William, 47. 
Styles. 

Robert, 4. 
Sudburgh. 

William, 9. 
Sudburye. 

John, 3. 
Suggett. 

George, 5. 
Sunstead. 

— , 50. 
Sutton. 

—, 33. 
Swinscow. 

Grace, 50. 
Sympson. 

John, 3. 
Symson. 

John, 3. 

Tabard. 

William, 57. 
Tailour. 

Joseph, 23. 

Samuell, 23. 

Sarah, 23. 
Talberd. 

James, 6. 
Tamer. 

John, 39. 

Jone, 39. 

Mary, 39. 

Sarah, 39. 

Thomas, 39. 
Tayler. 

Sarah, 23. 
Taylor. 

Anna, 23. 

Benjamin, 23. 

Daniel, 23. 

Darby, 23. 

Dorothy, 23. 

Elizabeth, 23. 

Mary, 23. 

Nathaniell, 23. 

Rachel, 46. 

Rebeckah, 23. 

Richard, 23. 

Samuell, 23. 

Sarah, 23. 

Susanna, 23. 

William, 23. 
Taylour. 

Jane, 46, 47. 
Tenterden. 

Charles, Lord, 66. 

John Henry, Baron, 66. 

Lady, 66. 



Terry. 

Elizabeth, 46. 
Theobald. 

John, 51. 
Thomson. 

Anne, 45. 

Bridget Barbarah, 45. 

Charles, 45. 

Elizabeth, 45. 

Francis, 45. 

Hellen, 45. 

Henry, 45. 

John, 45. 

Mary, 45. 
Thorpe. 

John, 16. 
Thrower. 

Ann, 7. 
Thurstan. 

Thomas, 10. 
Tilney. 

Daniel, 8. 

Elizabeth, 7. 

Francis, 7. 

-8. 
Topps. 

Deborah, 50. 

Leonard, 50. 
Torrit. 



Ann, 38. 

George, 38. 

Jane, 38. 

Richard, 38. 
Townsend. 

Cordelia, 51. 

Rev. John, 51. 
Trivett. 

Rev. Edward, 50. 

Zenas, 50. 

— , 5°- 
Trollope. 

Sir Henry, 48. 
Trotter. 

Rev. Edward, 51. 

Capt. John, 51. 

Sarah, 51. 

William, 51. 
Trusson. 

Catharine, 60. 

Gabriel, 60. 
Tuck. 

Charles, 14. 
Turner. 

Anne, 15. 

John, 15. 
Twing. 

Elizabeth, 22. 
Tynnard. 

Thomas, 4. 

1 

Vanzoesh. 
— 47- 

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Vernon. 

Elizabeth, 31. 
George, 31. 
Henry, 31. 
William, 47. 

Wake. 

— , 26. 
Walker. 

— S3- 
Walleys. 

Thomas, 34. 
Wallis. 

Elizabeth, 33. 

Henry, 33. 
Walworth. 

John, 47. 
Ward. 

Charles, 13. 

Elizabeth, 28. 
Warne. 

William, 9. 
Warren. 

John, 4. 
Waryner. 

John, 2. 
Waters. 

John, 44. 
Watts. 

Amy, 13 

Thomas, 12. 
Wattson. 

Henry, 28. 

John, 28. 

Mary, 28. 
Wayte. 

Anthony, 41. 

Jane, 41. 

Thomas, 41. 
Webb. 

Phillip, 9. 
Webber. 

John, 4. 
Welton. 

Nathaniel, 15. 

Robert, 17. 
Wentworth. 

Edward, Viscount, 32. 

Thomas, Viscount, 32. 
West. 

William, 19. 
Westhorpe. 

Robert, 64. 
Westley. 

Jane, 28. 

William, 28. 
Wheeding. 

John, 14, 15. 
Whiffle. 

William, 28. 



Wilkin. 

Catharine, 60. 

Henry, 60. 
Wilkinson. 

Sir Robert, 2. 

Rev. William Farley, 50. 
Williams. 

Dr., 50. 
Willis. 

Catharine, 40. 

John, 41. 

Mary, 40, 41. 

Roger, 40. 
Willougheby. 

Lorde, 67. 
Wills. 

Dr. Edward, 36. 
Wilson. 

Richard, 5. 

William, 5. 
Wingfield. 

Thomas, 15. 
Wolfe. 

Agnes, 5. 

Michael, 5. 
Wood. 

Joane, 24. 

Richard, 16. 

William, 14. 
Woodd. 

Elizabeth, 67. 
Woodthorp. 

Mary, 59. 

Richard, 59. 
Woolsie. 

Thomas, 64. 
Woolsey. 

Thomas, 63. 
Woolsye. 

Thomas, 63. 
Wright. 

Elizabeth, 44. 

John, 44. 

Richard, 40, 44. 

Sarah, 44. 

Susannah, 40. 
Wyth. 

Rebecca, 9. 

Thomas, 9. 

Yeate. 

Thomas, 45. 
Young. 

Charles George, 48. 
Youngman. 

— , 50. 
Youngs. 

Samuel, 10. 



SS 



3nDex of places. 



a. 



INDEX 



OF PLACES. 



Berkshire. 

Ardlington, 46. 
East Garston, 46. 
Reading, 46. 

Cheshire. 

Chester, 20. 
Cornwall. 

Crowan, 66. 

Pendarves, 66. 

Truro, 66. 

Denbighshire. 

Llanrhaiadar, 46. 
Devonshire. 

Dartington, 27. 
Dorsetshire. 

Dorchester, 68. 

Topidle, 68. 

Wimborne, 30, 34, 37. 
Dublin. 

Chappell Izard, 20. 

Dublin, 20. 
Durham. 

Seaham, 32. 

Essex. 

Bradfield, 50. 
Colchester, 17, 35. 
Danbury, 51. 
Great Oakley, 34, 36. 
Great Warley, 23. 
Havering Grange, 57. 
Little Oakley, 34, 36. 
Manningtree, 35. 
Stanford Rivers, 24. 
Tendring, 34. 
Wickham, 4, 5, 7, 8. 

Glamorganshire. 

Melyn Crythau, 57. 
Gloucestershire. 

Cheltenham, 55. 

Nethersell, 46. 

Shirehampton, 57. 



Hampshire. 

Alton, 24. 

Bournemouth, 19. 

Brentworth, 24. 

Crondall, 24. 

Eversley, 24. 

Froyle, 24. 

Hoddington, 26. 

Nateley, 24. 

Upton Greys, 26. 
Herefordshire. 

Leominster, 56. 
Hertfordshire. 

Bay ford, 30. 

Much Hadham, 30. 

Patmore Hall, 30. 
Huntingdonshire. 

Glatton, 29, 30. 

Stanground, 30. 

Kent. 

Canterbury, 24, 30. 
Chevening, 36. 
Chislehurst, 25. 
Deptford, 8, 49, 51. 
Lewisham, 51. 
Orpington, 25. 
Ruxley, 25. 
Woolwich, 8. 

Lancashire. 

Bolton-in-the-Moors, 55. 

Rochdale, 32. 
Leicestershire. 

Anstey, 28. 

Glenfield, 28. 

Loughborough, 28. 

Quarendon, 28. 

Swithland, 28. 

Wellsborough, 32. 
Lincolnshire. 

Castor, 33, 34. 

Fonaby, 33. 

Healing, 33, 34. 

Louth, 33. 



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Middlesex. 

Feltham, 19. 
Hayes, 28. 
Hendon, 55, 56. 
Hillingdon, 18. 
Lambeth, 26. 
London, 8, 29, 36, 56. 
Northolt 19, 23. 
Ratcliffe, 8. 
South Mimms, 31. 
Stepney, 8. 

Westminster, 26, 27, 46. 

Norfolk. 

Antingham, 49. 
Belton, 18. 
Bunwell, 17. 
Burgh Castle, 4, 5. 
Carleton, 18. 
Erpingham, 50. 
Great Yarmouth, 18, 50. 
Heveningham, 15. 
Honing, 49. 
Metfield, 4. 
North Walsham, 50. 
Norwich, 10, 18, 51. 
Sparham, 62. 
Sutton, 16. 

Wingfield, 9, 10, 14, 15. 
Worstead, 50. 
Northamptonshire. 

Northampton, 47. 

Oxfordshire. 

Brize Norton, 46. 
Caversham, 47, 53 
Dorchester, 46. 
Little Compton, 46. 
Norton Brayn, 46. 
Oxford, 46, 47. 
South Stoke, 46. 
Stratton Audley, 46. 

Shropshire. 

Longnor, 27. 

Ness, 27. 

Ryton, 26, 27. 
Suffolk. 

Aldeburgh, 12, 16, 18. 

Ashbocking, II. 

Barsham, 9. 

Battisford, 31. 

Beccles, 3-7, 9-12, 14, 17, 51. 
Benacre, 7. 
Blythburgh, I -3, 7. 
Braniford, 10. 
Brandcston, 5, 13. 
Brundish, 17. 
Bucklesham, 12, 65. 
Bungay, 2, 7, 10, 1 1, 18. 
Campsey Ash, 58. 
Coduenham, 16. 
Debenham, 13, 15. 
Denham, 3. 



Suffolk, continued. 
Dunwich, I, 5. 
Earl Soham, 15. 
Felixstow, 16. 

Framlingham, 5, 9, 14, 18, 66. 

Framsden, 13, 15. 

Friston, 7. 

Frostenden, 12. 

Great Bealings, 9. 

Hadleigh, 59. 

Harrolds, 8. 

Hasketon, 4. 

Helmingham, II, 14, 15. 

Henham, II, 12. 

Henley, 5. 

Horham, 15. 

Ingate, 9, 14. 

Ipswich, 1, 2, 4-6, 8-i8, 65. 

I x worth, 31. 

Kelsale, 7, 60. 

Kirkley, 2, 3. 

Lawshall, 31. 

Laxfield, 3. 

Leiston, 7. 

Little Bealings, 65. 

Little Glemham, 16. 

Lowestoft, 2. 

Melford, 7. 

Mickfield, 13. 

Monk Soham, 15. 

Mutford, 13. 

Nacton, 2. 

Nettlestead, 32. 

North Cove, 7. 

Occold, 9. 

Offton, 7. 

Orford, 8. 

Otley, 14. 

Oulton, 50. 

Pakefield, 3. 

Pakenham, 31. 

Peasenhall 5, 9. 

Pettaugh, ii, 13-15. 

Play ford, 4. 

Ray don, 12. 

Rishangles, 14. 

Saxmundham, 7. 

Saxtead, 15. 

Shetland, 14. 

Sibton, 1, 15. 

Snape, 14. 

Sotherton, 10-12. 

Southwold, 1, 11, 12, 15. 

Spexhall, 52. 

Stoke by Ipswich, S. 

Stonham Aspall, 6. 

Stradbroke, 9, 14. 

Sudbourn, 8. 

Sudbury, 51. 

Trimlcy, 59. 

Ubbeston, II, 15. 

Walberswick, 15. 

Walton, 17, 57, 62, 63. 

Weston, 6, 9-1 1. 

Wickham Market, 13. 



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Suffolk, continued. 

Woodbridge, 9, 16. 
Worlingham, 7. 
Worlingworth, 4, 6, 9. 
Wrentham, 12, 51. 
Yoxford, 4, S, 11, 13. 

Surrey. 

Farnham, 24, 30. 
Pepperharrow, 68. 
Rotherithe, 49-51. 
Shakleford, 21. 
Stockwell, 42. 

Sussex. 

Beeding, 37. 
Brighthelmstone, 55. 
Chesworth, 8. 



Warwickshire. 

Birmingham, 45. 
Wiltshire. 

Cherleton, 46. 

Damerham, 68. 

Martin, 68. 

Trowbridge, 34. 
Worcestershire. 

Drayton, 46. 

Offenham, 46. 

South Littleton, 46. 

Thorngrove, 55. 

Yorkshire. 

Halifax, 55. 
Halnaby, 32. 
Scarborough, 51, 



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